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Earlier this week we posted the top 10 best U.S. jobs for 2014. Today we focus on the bottom 10out of 200 jobs ranked by the 2014 Jobs Rated report. Rankings are basedon data from the U.S. Department of Labor and the Bureau ofLabor Statistics (BLS), and from a range of other governmentalagencies, trade associations and private survey firms.

Jobs are graded on the four “core criteria” of environment,income, outlook and stress — the general categories inherent toevery job.

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