Best and Worst Jobs of 2013: How Does Your Line of Work Rank?

Actuaries, biomedical engineers and software engineers topped the list. The worst jobs: enlisted military personnel, lumberjacks and newspaper reporters.

These are good times to be an actuary. And terrible times to be a newspaper reporter.

CareerCast.com is out with a list of the 200 best and worst jobs of 2013. The rankings take into account physical demands, work environment, income, stress and hiring outlook.

The Wall Street Journal has the data presented nicely: Hop over to their site and you can type in your own line of work to see where it rates.

Many of the best lines of work have to do with helping our aging population: audiologist, physical therapist and financial planner.

See where your line of work ranks by clicking through to the Wall Street Journal.


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