The 100 Best Jobs

The U.S. workforce has myriad talents, desires and lifestyles, so there is no one best job that suits each one of us. But if we were to define a good job generally, there are some unequivocal factors. The best jobs pay well. They challenge you without stressing you out too much. There’s room to grow and advance. Maybe most importantly, the best jobs are ones that are hiring. From dentist, to accountant, to middle school teacher and civil engineer, the occupations on U.S. News’ list of 100 Best Jobs of 2015 are ranked according to their ability to offer this elusive mix.

Not surprisingly, health occupations comprise over 40% of the list. See what these great careers have to offer.

Dentist (#1)
Nurse Practitioner (#2)
Physician (#4)
Dental Hygienist (#5)
Physical Therapist (#6)
Registered Nurse (#9)
Physician Assistant (#10)
Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (#12)
Occupational Therapist (#13)
Marketing Manager (#15)
Accountant (#16)
School Psychologist (#17)
Occupational Therapy Assistant (#19)
IT Manager (#21)
Pharmacist (#27)
Medical Equipment Repairer (#28)
Dietitian and Nutritionist (#29)
Speech-Language Pathologist (#30)
Radiologic Technologist (#32)
Epidemiologist (#36)
Substance Abuse Counselor (#38)
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurse (#41)
Optician (#42)
Physical Therapist Assistant (#46)
Pharmacy Technician (#48)
Home Health Aide (#49)
HR Specialist (#50)
Respiratory Therapist (#51)
Medical Secretary (#54)
Dental Assistant (#67)
Clinical Social Worker (#70)
Medical Assistant (#71)
Mental Health Counselor (#72)
Computer Support Specialist (#77)
Clinical Laboratory Technician (#80)
Surgical Technologist (#82)
Child and Family Social Worker (#86)
Paramedic (#94)

Complete list: http://money.usnews.com/careers/best-jobs/rankings/the-100-best-jobs