Low stress
Rank Job title Best Jobs rank % who say their job
is low stress
1 Education/Training Consultant 35 60.0%
2 Physical Therapist 7 59.5%
3 College Professor 3 59.2%
4 Software Developer 12 59.0%
5 Technical Writer 28 56.4%
6 Telecommunications Network Engineer 30 55.6%
7 Speech-Language Pathologist 27 53.0%
8 Software Architect N.A. 51.6%
9 Occupational Therapist 14 50.0%
10 Civil Engineer N.A. 49.1%
From the November 2009 issue
Source: CNNMoney.com/PayScale.com survey of more than 35,000 workers
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