Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Most Stressful Jobs In USA (14 pics)


Stress tolerance: 94 Consequence of error: 71.5 Time pressure: 76.3 Average annual salary: $78,270 What they do: Directly supervise and coordinate activities of members of the police force. Stress factors are measured by O*NET, with higher scores indicating more stress on the job. Salary and education requirements are from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics as of May 2012.




Stress tolerance: 94.2 Consequence of error: 57.2 Time pressure: 70.5 Average annual salary: $115,080 What they do: Work with individuals and groups to promote mental and emotional health.


Stress tolerance: 94.2 Consequence of error: 54 Time pressure: 53.8 Average annual salary: $43,950 What they do: Plan, direct, or coordinate research, student administration and services, and other educational activities.


Stress tolerance: 94.7 Consequence of error: 47.8 Time pressure: 96.7 Average annual salary: $55,380 What they do: Analyze, interpret, and broadcast news received from various sources.


Stress tolerance: 94.7 Consequence of error: 78.8 Time pressure: 67 Average annual salary: $148,160 What they do: Administer anesthesia, monitor patients' vital signs, and oversee patient recovery from anesthesia.


Stress tolerance: 95 Consequence of error: 85.7 Time pressure: 79.8 Average annual salary: $29,730 What they do: Draw blood for tests, transfusions, donations, or research.


Stress tolerance: 95.2 Consequence of error: 76.5 Time pressure: 89.8 Average annual salary: $114,200 What they do: Pilot and navigate the flight of fixed-wing, multi-engine aircraft, usually on scheduled air carrier routes, for the transport of passengers and cargo.


Stress tolerance: 96.2 Consequence of error: 82 Time pressure: 76.8 Average annual salary: $122,530 What they do: Air traffic controllers coordinate the movement of air traffic to ensure that planes are safe distances apart.


Stress tolerance: 96.2 Consequence of error: 91.3 Time pressure: 82.5 Average annual salary: More than $187,200 What they do: Surgeons operate on patients to treat injuries, diseases, and deformities.


Stress tolerance: 96.5 Consequence of error: 89.3 Time pressure: 73.8 Average annual salary: More than $187,200 What they do: Physician specialists with an expertise in pregnancy, childbirth, and disorders of the reproductive system.


Stress tolerance: 97 Consequence of error: 29.3 Time pressure: 58.7 Average annual salary: n/a What they do: Dancers use movements to express ideas and stories in performances.


Stress tolerance: 98.5 Consequence of error: 64.5 Time pressure: 56.5 Average annual salary: $30,050 What they do: Psychiatric technicians provide therapeutic care for patients with mental illness and developmental disabilities.
Stress tolerance: 98.5 Consequence of error: 86 Time pressure: 68.3 Average annual salary: $36,300 What they do: These employees, also called 9-1-1 operators, answer emergency and non-emergency calls. They take information from the caller and send the appropriate type and number of response units.


Stress tolerance: 99.5 Consequence of error: 57.5 Time pressure: 46 Average annual salary: $26,680 What they do: Psychiatric aides help patients who have mental illness and developmental disabilities with their daily activities.

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