Jobs Rated

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Finding a job where stress is rarely an issue is the goal of many job seekers. But how can you tell whether a job will be stress-free before you've actually spent time managing the daily duties?
Wage stagnation has not been a problem for jobs in healthcare. One of the job market’s two steadiest industries of the past decade, along with information technology, healthcare has seen consistent growth in wages in recent years.
As the landscape changes for many familiar industries, the hiring outlook declines for many of the most endangered jobs of 2015.
When it comes to CareerCast.com’s most overrated jobs, high salary potential, excitement and glamour may be trade-offs for the stress, competition and industry volatility inherent in many of the most overrated professions.
Peruse the CareerCast.com Jobs Rated report for 2015, and some of the professions ranked near the top might come as a surprise.
A bad day at work is different for everyone, but if you work in one of the nation's worst jobs, a bad day can be especially challenging.
In nearly three decades of existence, the Jobs Rated report has seen many changes, but continues to strive for the same goal: Providing an illuminating snapshot on the job market.
If you can make it in New York, you can make it anywhere. It’s this philosophy—as crooned by the late Frank Sinatra—that attracts some of the world’s best and brightest employees to the New York metropolitan area. In fact, the city can boast of having its highest level of employed workers since the recession started, thanks to the economic rebound.