A lot of factors determine whether a job is a good one or bad one. There's the pay, the amount of stress, whether there are any openings and a host of others.
For the last 26 years, Career Cast has ranked 200 of the country's jobs as a way to track which positions are growing and which are dying.
Tenured university professor (almost no stress, average pay of $68,970) and statistician (moderate stress, average pay of $75,560) rounded out the top three.
Though less dangerous, newspaper reporters came in second worst because of the low pay ($37,090 a year) and the shrinking prospects for work (a 13 percent drop by 2022).
Considering the inherent danger, the stress and the measly $28,840 a year in average pay, the only surprise, perhaps, is that enlisted military personnel didn't rank lower on the list than 3rd worst.
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