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University professor tops the CareerCast.com Jobs Rated report for least stressful jobs of 2013. The field’s high growth opportunities, low health risks and substantial pay provide a low-stress environment that's the envy of many career professionals.More
If performing as Santa Claus is not your holiday job calling, there are plenty of other great opportunities for seasonal work. Retail hiring is strong this year, both for brick-and-mortar locations and online operations.More
Seattle’s majestic scenery is not the only attractive feature for those seeking to relocate for a career change. The Emerald City boasts an unemployment rate of less than 5%, well below the national average of 7.4% and down significantly from 2012.More
From the outset, the Jobs Rated report has generated a lot of attention primarily because most Americans spend more time on the job than they do on anything else, and knowing how their job ranks against other jobs is compelling information.More
10. Respiratory Therapist Overall Rating: 350 Median Salary: $55,080 Projected Growth: 24.90% Opportunities for respiratory therapist are expected to grow, as more parents seek out professional assistance for children with breathing issues. However, the BLS projects that the majority of new positions will be tied to working with the growing elderly population. An associate’s degree is required in most cases, ... More
If you are looking for a career with abundant job opportunities and a lifetime of healthy earnings, look no further than the technology and engineering fields.More
10. Automobile Body Repairer Overall Rating: 540 Projected Growth: 12.93% Median Salary: $38,183 Loading Widget ... Pagination First page First Previous page Previous … Current page 10 … Next page Next Last page Last View the discussion thread. Pagination First page First Previous page Previous … Current page 10 … Next page Next Last page LastMore
Job seekers with a degree or experience in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields have little to no trouble finding jobs in the Washington, D.C., market.More