Stressed at work? You are not alone. Nearly 3/4th of workers are stressed out by at least one thing at work, according to recent work-stress survey by Harris Interactive.

But some jobs have little stress, and others, a lot. Here are the Least Stressful jobs… and the Most Stressful, according to CareerCast.com.

CareerCast.com least stressful jobs of 2013:  

  • University/college professor (median salary $62,050 and stress score 6.45)
  • Seamstress/Tailor (median salary $25,850 and stress score 6.5)
  • Medical Records Technician (median salary $32,350 and stress score 7.5)
  • Jeweler (median salary $35,170 and stress score of 8.26)
  • Medical laboratory technician (median salary $46,680 and stress score 9.28)

Most Stressful Jobs of 2013:

  • Enlisted military (median salary of E-7 with 8+ years experience is $41,998 and stress score 84.72)
  • Military General (median salary $196,300 and stress score 65.54)
  • Firefighter (median salary $45,250 and stress score 60.45)
  • Commercial airline pilot (median salary $92,060 and stress score 60.28)
  • Public relations executive (median salary $57,550 and stress score 48.52)
  • Senior corporate executive (median salary $101,250 and stress score 47.46)
  • Photojournalist (median salary $29,130 and stress score 47.12)
  • Newspaper reporter (median salary $36,000 and stress score 46.75)
  • Taxi driver (median salary $22,440 and stress score 46.18)
  • Police officer (median salary $55,010 and stress score 45.60)