Planners Have the Best Job Around…

October 2000
Journal of Financial Planning;Oct2000, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p19
Academic Journal
This article reports on a study on the best professions in the U.S. by CareerJournal.com. Financial planning was rated as the best job to have in the nation. According to a study, financial planners enjoy low stress, high pay and workplace autonomy. The next best jobs were Web site manager, computer systems analyst and actuary. The rankings were based on six criteria: income, environment, employment outlook, physical demands, security and stress. Commercial fisherman was ranked as the worst occupation--terrible pay, job instability and physical danger. The next worst jobs were roustabout, lumberjack and cowboy.


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