10 Most Stressful Jobs In The U.S.
Stress on the job has many sources. You may have a demanding boss or clients to please, work odd hours, or the duties themselves may occasionally put your health and well-being at risk.
In fact, consistently putting oneself in the line of fire -- literally or figuratively -- is characteristic of the most stressful jobs in the U.S., according to a new survey by CareerCast.com.
The employment website recently examined more than 200 different professions to determine which jobs offer the most (and least) stress, and the results below may surprise you. Some of the jobs pay modestly -- under $30,000 a year -- but others tip into six figures, suggesting that taking on more stress does at times have its rewards.
Take a look, and then let us know: Which do you think is the most stressful job in America?
- Police Officer
Median Annual Salary: $55,010
- Taxi Driver
Median Annual Salary: $22,040
- Newspaper Reporter
Median Annual Salary: $36,000
Median Annual Salary: $29,130
- Senior Corporate Executive
Median Annual Salary: $101,250
- Public Relations Executive
Median Annual Salary: $57,550
- Commercial Airline Pilot
Median Annual Salary: $92,060
Median Annual Salary: $42,250
- Military General
Median Annual Salary: $196,300
- Enlisted Military Personnel
Median Annual Salary: $41,998 (rank: E-7, 8 years experience.)
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