There’s a lot that goes into finding a job you’re happy with and one goal a lot of job seekers have is to find a job that has low stress. Everyone wants to be happy at work but a lot goes into a job that many might now think of that can create added stress.
Some stressors of jobs are easily definable, like when your life or the life of others is in jeopardy, but other factors might not be as easy to pinpoint. CareerCast.com recently released a job rated report that outlined the 10 least stressful jobs of 2015 and they they are less stressful.
When it comes down to the results, a majority of the jobs are providing services to others or making lives better. If you spend you days working with others while helping them in some way and you have the freedom to help set your schedule, you will more than likely feel less stress in the workplace.
Here are the least stressful jobs of 2015:
- Hairstylist with a job stress score of: 5.47
- Audiologist with a job stress score 6.30
- University Professor (Tenured) with a job stress score 6.94
- Medical Records Technician with a job stress score 7.55
- Jeweler with a job stress score 8.10
- Medical Laboratory with a job stress score Technician 8.98
- Seamstress/Tailor with a job stress score 9.56
- Dietitian with a job stress score 10.23
- Librarian with a job stress score 10.58
- Forklift Operator with a job stress score 11.43
If you’re in the market for a new job or you are looking for something a little less stressful, take a look at these professions. When you’re helping others, you get a sense of value and serving others is rewarding.