If you like routine and hate the unexpected, a low-stress job may be the way to go. It’s not all about the money, either. Many stressful jobs offer mediocre pay, while some more laid-back kinds of work provide good, steady income.
But what jobs are likely to pile on the pressure? CareerCast.com identifies the 10 most and least stressful jobs in a new report. The distinction isn’t always so clear-cut, of course. People must sometimes spend years gradually working their way up in exhausting, anxiety-inducing jobs to land a more senior — and less stressful — position. For instance, a tenured university professor has an unusual degree of job security, but he or she has likely spent years fighting tooth and nail to earn the privilege.
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