Word on the Street: Best and worst jobs

The website careercast.com ranked 200 of the best and worst jobs, based on physical demands, work environment, income, stress and hiring outlook. The report found

The worst job, according to the site was a newspaper reporter

The worst job, according to the site was a newspaper reporter (12/4/13)

BROOKLYN - The website careercast.com ranked 200 of the best and worst jobs, based on physical demands, work environment, income, stress and hiring outlook.

The report found that the best jobs are actuaries, biomedical engineers, software engineers, audiologists and financial planners.

The worst job, according to the site, was a newspaper reporter. Lumberjacks, enlisted military personnel, actors and oil rig workers were also at the bottom of the list.

News 12 asked residents what they thought the best and worst jobs were.

Residents said they enjoyed working as a transit station agent and being a mother.

Other residents said they did not enjoy working at a clothing store, a toy store and being a barber shop sweeper.

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