CareerCast.com has released its annual Jobs Rated report, which ranks 200 jobs according to various metrics, including work environment, pay, and stress level. Physicians are #78, the good pay being negated by the high stress levels and difficult work environment. Pastors come in at #101. The top two jobs? Mathematicians and University Professors. The worst two? Lumberjacks and newspaper reporters. After the jump, see a list of the top 10 and the bottom 10, as well as a link to the complete list with the scores.
But what does this attempt to objectify the highly personal and to quantify the ineffable leave out, something that can make even lumberjacking and journalism joyful and fulfilling? (Hint: It begins with a V.)