Most Stressful Jobs of 2016

CareerCast has released a list of 2016's most stressful jobs.



CareerCast.com has released a list of most stressful jobs of 2016. The 10 Most Stressful Jobs of 2016, according to Jobs Rated research, are as follows:

1.    Enlisted Military Personnel
2.    Firefighter
3.    Airline Pilot
4.    Police Officer
5.    Event Coordinator
6.    Public Relations Executive
7.    Senior Corporate Executive
8.    Broadcaster
9.    Newspaper Reporter
10.  Taxi Driver

The report determined job stress by 11 factors: travel, deadlines, working in the public eye, competitiveness, physical demands, environmental conditions, hazards encountered, the life of oneself or others at risk, meeting and interacting with customers and/or the public, and the potential for job growth.

“The kind of stress … careers ranked among the Jobs Rated report’s most stressful of 2016 differs vastly,” CareerCast.com says in an article. “For example, a public relations agent’s stress comes from tight deadlines, oftentimes out of the agent’s control, and meeting in the public under sometimes inhospitable circumstances.” As opposed to firefighters and police officers, who “face life-threatening situations routinely as a fundamental part of their jobs.”

For the full report, along with stress scores, median annual salary and growth outlook for jobs listed, visit http://www.careercast.com/jobs-rated/most-stressful-jobs-2016.