Best and Worst Jobs For Your Health
Good money, good health
By Amanda MacMillan
A healthy job is about more than just avoiding hazards, like dangerous material and machines.
Employees need respect, benefits, wellness incentives, and control over their work, says L. Casey Chosewood, MD, senior medical officer for the Total Worker Health program at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. "What matters equally is the quality of life away from work, and how we can protect and grow that."
Every job and employer is different, but there are ways to make any job healthier. Try borrowing strategies from our list of the best, then read on for the worst.
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