The most stressful jobs are welding instructor, carpenter, plumber and electrical engineer.
They’re all filled with pressure.
But welding instructor is the highest-stress job, with a median stress score of 3,716.
Plumber is the lowest stress job, at 3,073.
And electrical engineer, the one with the most stress, has a stress score just above 1,000.
But the stress score is actually below the average, with the median stress being 1,066.
That means it’s only the highest stress job with the lowest median stress.
The median stress in this group is 3,065, or about 1 percent.
The top stress job is the sales and customer service position with a stress rating of 1,937.
That is the second highest stress score in this category.
But it is not the highest in this position group.
It’s just below the median.
Another high stress job in this job group is nursing assistant with a score of 1 and the median is 1,898.
It is the third highest stress for nursing assistants.
But its median stress is only 1,896, or less than 0.5 percent.
It has the lowest average stress.
And the worst stress is the restaurant and catering industry job with a mean stress score 1,788.
It was the worst job in the group with a stressful stress score, meaning its stress score was above the average for the group.
What is the average stress score?
There are three ways to compare stress scores.
The mean stress is what we mean by stress, which is the total stress you experience.
That score is the mean of all the stress you experienced.
The maximum stress is how much stress you have.
And there is a normal range of stress scores, or what the average person feels.
But some jobs, like welding instructor and sales and service positions, have different extremes.
So if your stress score goes up, you may have more stress.
If it goes down, you might have less stress.
So a stress index is an average of stress.
We use an index of 1 to mean stress at one extreme and 0 to mean none of the stress.
For example, a stress of 3 is the same as a stress at 2.
But if your index goes up to 4, your stress is at 5.
And so the average of your stress scores will be closer to 3 than to 4.
How stressful is the job market?
The median stresses for jobs in this area are 3,084.
So you are the most stressed out in this field.
But there is some variation.
For instance, the median for nursing assistant is 2,639, which puts it near the middle.
The stress index for nursing aides is 4,857.
But those numbers do not account for some jobs that have higher stress scores than others.
For this job, the average is 1.4.
And if you had a stress scores of 3.4 or higher, your average stress would be 5.
But a job with lower stress scores has a lower stress index.
And this is the kind of variation that we find.
This job is not a high stress occupation.
It just has a low average stress index and high stress scores for nursing, which may be due to the higher average stress for some positions.
Is this a good job for someone who’s interested in welding?
There is no question this job is a good career choice for someone interested in the welding industry.
This is a high-stress occupation, which means people in the industry tend to have higher average stresses and lower stress indexes.
But people with a high average stress also tend to be more likely to take a high percentage of the time welding, which increases the amount of work you do.
And they tend to work more than people with average stress scores because they are able to spend more time in the classroom and with the welding instructor.
So the welding education they receive is important.
And because of the amount they work, they are also likely to have a lower median stress and a lower average stress than other welding graduates.
Does this job have a high demand?
The answer is no.
This field has a very low demand for welders.
So there is no demand for welding instructors.
But you can’t avoid the demand for this job.
For one thing, welding instructors are in high demand, and they’re working a lot of welders at the same time.
The average stress in welding is 5.4, meaning the welding instructors work about 4.8 hours per week.
That’s just for one week, so if you work 3.8 welding hours, that means you spend 2.2 days per week on welding.
You can’t get away with not working as much.
But many welders are willing to work much more than they should, which makes this job very competitive.
This also means that the welding teacher position is not as important for new welders as it once was.
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