What is the most stressful job in the world?

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  1. Hawkers Bazaar profile image61
    Hawkers Bazaarposted 10 years ago

    What is the most stressful job in the world?

  2. womenintouch profile image60
    womenintouchposted 10 years ago

    The most stressful job would be President of the United States. This is a job where you are pulled from every side. You have all of america depending on you to make decisions about the direction we should take. Everyone wants jobs, they want help to keep their homes, education is in trouble, both parties are not getting along.
    The president has to weight all this on his shoulder and try to be a supportive spouse at the end of the day. They have to fly to everyting and every meeting whether they want to or not, its their job. They have to see the world in as a clear glass, they can't take sides at least not outloud, the world is listening. They must remain netrual and listen to everyone. Their mind must be running on overdrive. As President you have to be mindful of what to wear, eat, and the company you keep. Your vocabulary must reflect the President even if you are at a ball game. ther is not time to remove your Presidents hat until you are sleep and even then the mind is playing tricks on you. Yes i do believe that being a President is the most stressful job in the world>

  3. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image93
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 10 years ago

    Mine.  A guy trying to generate enough traffic and adsense revenue to make a little bit of a living. . . .while not knowing how to go about it.

  4. profile image0
    reeltaulkposted 10 years ago

    One of the most stressful "jobs" that I've had is working behind the scenes.  12 hour days are ridiculous and boring!  Unless you are friends with the producer and they spoil you with a pampered position.  Boy did I love those days, of course I slaved as a P.A. on my first film job but every job after that was a breeze!

  5. Avamum profile image81
    Avamumposted 10 years ago

    I have found that being a mother has been the most stressful, the most important, and also the most rewarding job that I have held.  From the minute I found out that I was pregnant I was making choices that would set my children on a path that they will ultimately have to navigate on their own one day and then the adults that they become will have the responsibilty of governing our world, protecting our environment, and parenting our grandchildren. Hmm....maybe I can then put up my feet and  have ice cream and red wine for dinner whenever I feel like it...

  6. kookoo88 profile image59
    kookoo88posted 10 years ago

    The most stressful job is jellyfish herder.  They just never listen . . . especially since it's so hard to talk underwater.  Plus, seahorses are really small and slow, so it's hard to keep up.

  7. Barbara Kay profile image81
    Barbara Kayposted 10 years ago

    I'd guess be the head of a country. Maybe President Obama.

  8. JustinQwerty profile image58
    JustinQwertyposted 10 years ago

    The most stressful job in the world? I'd say being Charlie Sheen's public relations representative.

  9. EllenDean profile image81
    EllenDeanposted 10 years ago

    I'm guessing anesthesiologist or brain surgeon...or perhaps people who have to deep sea dive to install cables for oil drilling...Oh yeah, Lobster fisherman - (very high death rate in freezing cold waters). And, I imagine it would also be a bit stressful to be in the military if you are in a war zone..right?

    I'd like to say my job is the most stressful, but, I'm sure it's not.

  10. ExpandYourMind profile image67
    ExpandYourMindposted 10 years ago

    Any job where you have the responsibility to deliver, but not the tools and support necessary to be successful.

  11. Jarn profile image59
    Jarnposted 10 years ago

    The guy who has to carve the Aspirin logo into each individual tiny pill. Man, that's got to be a headache.

  12. fundermentalist profile image60
    fundermentalistposted 10 years ago

    working under a tick sun with holes and cutlass



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