Alas, flight attendants make the list of Careercast's most endangered jobs. Credit: Wikimedia Commons
Looking for a job with stability and staying power? You may want to avoid the following positions.
Building on data collected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Careercast.com has rounded up what they are calling the 10 most endangered jobs of 2014. The site says that these positions are all forecast to have a "a shrinking market for newcomers." Without further ado, here they are:
Mail Carrier Farmer Meter Reader Newspaper Reporter Travel Agent Lumberjack Flight Attendant Drill-Press Operator Printing Worker Tax Examiner and Collector
As Careercast notes, paper seems to be the unifying theme of the list, which is unsurprising as people get more of their news, information and other important data online.