America’s 10 Least Stressful Jobs
I think there’s a certain amount of stress in every job, some more, some less. I took a look at my education in broadcasting, and am seriously looking at becoming a speech pathologist. After all, I am a graduate of not one, but three broadcasting schools. The Dizzy Dean School of Broadcasting, the Casey Stengal School of Communications, and the Dewey Phillips School of Mass Communications. Who is the Northland is more qualified that Rayman?
CareerCast conducted a survey and found that most Americans found that work is the main cause of stress in their daily lives. While 49% of those people cited job instability as a main cause, day-to-day stress also played a role.
They found that 10 of the least stressful jobs were composed of healthcare, computer and math-related occupations, making Robert Carradine and Anthony Edwards proud. (Most of the jobs had a high degree of stability, while giving relative work flexibility.)
Other than that, commercial pilots and public relations execs should start considering a career change — consider a gig from this list. Here are the least stressful jobs.