CLEVELAND - We hear it all the time from our co-workers, as well as family and friends, "I am so stressed out because of work."
According to a survey completed by Harris Interactive for Everest College, 73 percent of people admitted to being stressed out by at least one thing at their workplace.
CareerCast took that survey and compiled the list of the top 10 most stressful jobs for 2013.
10. Police officer
9. Taxi driver
8. Newspaper reporter
6. Senior corporate executive
5. PR executive
4. Airline pilot
2. Military general
1. Enlisted military personnel
CareerCast is a job search site with job rankings and expert advice on finding the job you want. The site used 11 criteria, including physical danger, whether your life is at risk, how much you are in the public eye, having responsibility of other people's lives, as well as the unemployment and job growth rate in a particular career field.
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