For those seeking work in the logging industry or in traditional newspaper reporting, the numbers are not in your favor.
Great careers in strong, fast-growing industries are available even if you don't have a Bachelor’s degree.
Jobs that require you to face unpredictable conditions, immediate dangers and high-stakes situations rank among the most stressful of 2014. These are careers that require a unique kind of mettle, but only if you're bold enough to pursue them.
Careers in mathematics and information technology headline the CareerCast.com Best Jobs of 2014.
No career is totally free from stress. We all face work-related responsibilities in our jobs and with those responsibilities come challenges. Yet some careers are simply less stressful than others, especially when you love your job.
Every year since 1988, the Jobs Rated report has measured different careers through a variety of metrics. Understanding the challenges and rewards of a career is especially important given how vested we are in our work life.
Declining employment outlook, high stress and low pay contribute to the rankings of the 10 worst jobs of 2013.
How you define a great job may be as unique as your personality and work style, and probably differs from your friends and colleagues. But most of us will agree that when selecting the best jobs of 2013, as long as they share many of the same qualities, they deserve to be called great jobs.