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The 10 Best (and Worst) Jobs of 2013

Technology and finance-related jobs fared well


jobs unemployment jobless recoverySome people love their jobs, while others hate theirs. examined data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and other sources to determine the best and worst jobs for 2013.

Factors contributing to the rankings include a job’s normal working conditions, income potential, employment outlook and on-the-job stress.

CareerCast’s 10 Best Jobs for 2013

  1. Actuary
  2. Biomedical Engineer
  3. Software Engineer
  4. Audiologist
  5. Financial Planner
  6. Dental Hygenist
  7. Occupational Therapist
  8. Optometrist
  9. Physical Therapist
  10. Computer Systems Analyst

CareerCast’s 10 Worst Jobs for 2013

  1. Newspaper Reporter
  2. Lumberjack
  3. Enlisted Military Personnel
  4. Actor
  5. Oil Rig Worker
  6. Diary Farmer
  7. Meter Reader
  8. Mail Carrier
  9. Roofer
  10. Flight Attendant

For more information on rankings, please visit CareerCast.

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