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Guess Being A Radio DJ Isn't A Good Idea...

Guess Being A Radio DJ Isn't A Good Idea...

If you are looking for a job...might want to check out this list first!

CareerCast.com just released its annual list ranking 200 of the most popular jobs in the U.S. from best to worst. 

It's based on factors like income, stress, hiring outlook, and physical demands. 

Software engineer came in first, followed by actuary and HR manager. 

Lumberjack came in last, just below dairy farmer and enlisted soldier.

 

Radio DJ - comes in at #180 and Broadcaster #191 (200 being the worst)

180. Disc Jockey

Selects and plays records or tapes; comments on areas of interest to a particular radio audience.

  • Overall Score: 1435.00
  • Income: $27,387.00
  • Work Environment:
    68.250
  • Stress:
    29.870
  • Physical Demands:
    47.25
  • Hiring Outlook:
    8.77

 

191. Broadcaster

Prepares and delivers news and related presentations over the air on radio and television.

  • Overall Score: 1480.00
  • Income: $27,324.00
  • Work Environment:
    65.250
  • Stress:
    42.240
  • Physical Demands:
    48.25
  • Hiring Outlook:
    8.14

 

 

(Here's the full 200.)

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