Monday, 4 January 2016

29 jobs to avoid if you hate stress

Avoid these jobs if you hate stress















Stay out of the operating room if you don't handle pressure well.

Do you crack under pressure? Crumble when you're stressed? If so, you'd be better off pursuing a career in science or education than you would in healthcare or law enforcement.
Using data from the Occupational Information Network (O*NET), a US Department of Labor database full of detailed information on jobs, we found the 29 professions you should avoid if you really don't like stress.
O*NET assigns a "stress tolerance" score (0-100) — which measures how frequently workers must accept criticism and deal effectively with high stress on the job — for each of the almost 900 jobs in its database. A lower rating signals less stress; a higher rating signals more.
Here are jobs that earned a stress tolerance rating of 94 or higher. If you're the type of person who thrives under pressure or can stay cool, calm, and collected in high-stress situations, these jobs may be perfect for you.
If you're the crack-or-crumble type, you may want to avoid them.
1. Urologists










Stress tolerance: 100
Average annual salary (2014): $189,760*
*Urologists are not listed on the BLS. This is the salary for "Other Physicians and Surgeons."

2. Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers

2. Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers
Rick Wilking/Reuters









Stress tolerance: 99
Average annual salary (2014): $39,410

3. Anesthesiologist assistants

3. Anesthesiologist assistants
isafmedia/flickr










Stress tolerance: 98
Average annual salary (2014): $97,280*
*Anesthesiologist assistants are not listed on the BLS. This is the salary for "Physician Assistants."

4. Nurse anesthetists

4. Nurse anesthetists
Getty Images/Carsten Koall









Stress tolerance: 98
Average annual salary (2014): $158,900

5. Telephone operators

5. Telephone operators
highwaysengland/flickr









Stress tolerance: 98
Average annual salary (2014): $39,350

6. Acute care nurses










Stress tolerance: 97
Average annual salary (2014): $69,790*
*Acute care nurses are not listed on the BLS. This is the salary for "Registered Nurses."

7. Dancers

7. Dancers
zaimoku_woodpile/Flickr









Stress tolerance: 97
Average annual salary (2014): $43,020*
*This is the salary for "Dancers andChoreographers."

8. Obstetricians 

and gynecologists


8. Obstetricians and gynecologists
Daniel Lobo/flickr









Stress tolerance: 97
Average annual salary (2014): $214,750

9. Surgeons

9. Surgeons
REUTERS/Pascal Lauener










Stress tolerance: 96
Average annual salary (2014): $240,440

10. Airline pilots, copilots, and flight engineers

10. Airline pilots, copilots, and flight engineers
liz west/flickr










Stress tolerance: 95
Average annual salary (2014): $131,760

11. Broadcast-news 

analysts

11. Broadcast-news analysts
Funny or Die










Stress tolerance: 95
Average annual salary (2014): $84,380

12. Clinical care nurses

12. Clinical care nurses
Joe Raedle / Getty









Stress tolerance: 95
Average annual salary (2014): $69,790*
*Clinical care nurses are not listed on the BLS. This is the salary for "Registered Nurses."

13. Healthcare social workers










Stress tolerance: 95
Average annual salary (2014): $53,590

Thanks to the UK Business insider for this great article you can read the complete article by clinking on the link below:


Thanks 
John Hilton







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