Most and least stressful jobs of 2014

Most and least stressful jobs of 2014

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Stephen Egert, a registered nurse with the Pediatric Mobile Health Unit of Loyola University Medical Center, checks the blood pressure of fourth-grader Bennita Correa as he performs a physical exam for incoming fifth-graders outside David Burnham Elementary School May 11, 2004 in Cicero, Illinois. Assisting Egert is nurse practitioner Susan Finn. The Pediatric Mobile Health Unit, the first if its kind in the world, is a 40-foot long truck which accommodates two patient examination rooms, a laboratory, a medical records area and hearing booth. Since 1998 more than 50,000 uninsured and underinsured children in the Chicago area have been evaluated and treated at the unit. (Photo by Tim Boyle/Getty Images)

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by CNN.com

CNN.com

Posted on January 8, 2014 at 10:04 AM

Updated Thursday, Jan 9 at 12:12 AM

(CNN)– Think your job is stressful? If you’re in the military, public relations, or drive a taxi, you’ve made Careercast.com’s list of the most stressful jobs for 2014.

Of course the people who risk their lives, and jobs, in the military come in at the top of the list. Also, police officers and firefighters definitely made this list.

But what other jobs can really raise the blood pressure?

Click here to read the full list of most stressful jobs.

Click here to read the full list of least stressful jobs.

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