This is officially the worst job in America

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The rankings are in, and you officially have no reason to complain about your job unless it's snagged the number one spot on this list.

Jobs Rated recently released their worst jobs of 2016 report.

Jobs were ranked across four areas: environment, income, outlook and stress factors.

The data was clearly reflective of the fact that print news and publications are on their way out, thanks to the rise of digital media outlets. Many of these professions had numbers in the negative when it came to employment opportunities.

The number one worst job in America has clinched the title now for the third year in a row.

Think you know what it might be? Click through to see the top 10 worst jobs:

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#10: Firefighter
Score: 626
Annual median salary: $45,970
Growth outlook: 5%

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#9: Taxi Driver
Score: 627
Annual median salary: $23,210
Growth outlook: 13%

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#8: Advertising sales person
Score: 636
Annual median salary: $47,890
Growth outlook: -3%

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#7: Retail sales person
Score: 642
Annual median salary: $21,670
Growth outlook: 7%

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#6: Pest control worker
Score: 665
Annual median salary: $30,660
Growth outlook: -1%

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#5: Enlisted military personnel 
Score: 666
Annual median salary: $27,936
Growth outlook: N/A

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#4: Disc jockey
Score: 667
Annual median salary: $29,010
Growth outlook: -11%

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#3: Broadcaster
Score: 700
Annual median salary: $37,200
Growth outlook: -9%

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#2: Logger
Score: 724
Annual median salary: $35,160
Growth outlook: -4%

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#1: Newspaper reporter
Score: 734
Annual median salary: $37,200
Growth outlook: -9%

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The study notes:

"A gradual decline in print publications at the turn of the century became a steep downturn for the past decade. Publications folding mean far fewer job prospects, and declining ad revenue means unfavorable pay for those in the Fourth Estate."

The Jobs Rated score for each profession represents a cumulative score of a series of rankings that were given across the four major categories of job evaluation.

SEE ALSO: The sad truth about all those new U.S. jobs

Aside from opportunity to grow and find employment in the field, overall stress level and safety also played a big part in putting these jobs in the bottom 10.

Salary played an important part in the rankings, but didn't seem to be as crucial as other factors. There was about a $26K annual difference in salary amongst the highest earning profession in the bottom 10 and the lowest earning.

Now, check out the 27 jobs to avoid if you hate stress:

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Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers

Stress tolerance: 98.5

Average annual salary (2014): $39,410

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Nurse anesthetists

Stress tolerance: 98.2

Average annual salary (2014): $158,900

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Telephone operators

Stress tolerance: 98.2

Average annual salary (2014): $39,350

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Dancers

Stress tolerance: 97.0

Average annual salary (2014): N/A

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Obstetricians and gynecologists

Stress tolerance: 96.5

Average annual salary (2014): $214,750

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Surgeons

Stress tolerance: 96.2

Average annual salary (2014): $240,440

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Airline pilots, copilots, and flight engineers

Stress tolerance: 95.2

Average annual salary (2014): $131,760 

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Healthcare social workers

Stress tolerance: 95.0

Average annual salary (2014): $53,590 

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Phlebotomists

Stress tolerance: 95.0

Average annual salary (2014): $31,890

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Broadcast news analysts

Stress tolerance: 94.7

Average annual salary (2014): $84,380

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Education administrators, preschool and childcare center/program

Stress tolerance: 94.2

Average annual salary (2014): $52,190

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Mental health counselors

Stress tolerance: 94.2

Average annual salary (2014): $43,990

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First-line supervisors of police and detectives

Stress tolerance: 94.0

Average annual salary (2014): $84,260

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Food and tobacco roasting, baking, and drying machine operators and tenders

Stress tolerance: 94.0

Average annual salary (2014): $29,410

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General internist

Stress tolerance: 94.0

Average annual salary (2014): $190,530

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Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists

Stress tolerance: 94.0

Average annual salary (2014): $53,360

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Chief executives

Stress tolerance: 93.8

Average annual salary (2014): $180,700

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Costume attendants

Stress tolerance: 93.5

Average annual salary (2014): $50,270

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Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses

Stress tolerance: 93.5

Average annual salary (2014): $43,420

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Oral and maxillofacial surgeons

Stress tolerance: 93.5

Average annual salary (2014): $219,600

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Child, family, and school social workers

Stress tolerance: 93.3

Average annual salary (2014): $46,180

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Correspondence clerks

Stress tolerance: 93.3

Average annual salary (2014): $36,240

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Funeral service managers

Stress tolerance: 93.3

Average annual salary (2014): $81,080

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Nurse midwives

Stress tolerance: 93.3

Average annual salary (2014): $97,700

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Psychiatric aides

Stress tolerance: 93.3

Average annual salary (2014): $28,430

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Respiratory therapists

Stress tolerance: 93.3

Average annual salary (2014): $58,490

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Umpires, referees, and other sports officials

Stress tolerance: 93.3

Average annual salary (2014): $33,400

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