Everyone might want to get a few more bachelor's degrees …

The best part of going to college is that people think you're a productive member of society. You get to float through life without getting a job or making any money, and if you want to keep hiding from the real world, you can just get a graduate degree! Man, we should've gotten a few of those, because actually joining the job market sucks. We recommend no doing it, ever. 

CareerCast.com crunched the numbers, looking at all the sad sacks that have to work for a living, and found the best — and worst — jobs in America. From their study:

The Jobs Rated report’s methodology analyzes each job’s environment (emotional, physical and hours worked), income (growth potential and salary), outlook (employment growth, income growth potential and unemployment), and 11 stress factors to determine which professions are among the least desirable.
Declining employment opportunities contribute to the inclusion of many of the 10 worst careers in the 2016 Jobs Rated report. Traditional news media is particularly hard hit.

For the top of the chart, #1 on the list is Data Scientist, followed by Statistician (#2), Information Security Analyst (#3), Audiologist (#4), and Diagnostic Medical Sonographer is fifth.

But for the bottom, this is what they found:

The 20 Worst Jobs In America (in 2016):

20. Construction Worker (Stress: 36.85, Income: $30,285)
19. Chef (Stress: 38.22, Income: $42,322)
18. Painter
17. Mail Carrier
16. Oil Rig Worker (Stress: 27.33, Income: $36,233)
15. Childcare Worker
14. Garbage Collector
13. Dockworker
12. Corrections Officer (Stress: 32.63, Income: $40,263)
11. Meter Reader
10. Firefighter (Stress: 72.68, Income: $46,368)
9. Taxi Driver
8. Advertising Sales Person
7. Retail Sales Person
6. Pest Control Worker
5. Enlisted Military Personnel (Stress: 64.140, Income: $45,374)
4. Disk Jockey (Stress: 29.76, Income: $29,376)
3. Broadcaster (Stress: 47.93, Income: $37,293)
2. Logger (Stress: 41.360, Hiring Outlook: -6.59)
1. Newspaper Reporter (Stress: 49.900, Hiring Outlook: -8.72)

Since our job most closely resembles the bottom, we're gonna quit and become loggers instead. 

Stay in school, kids! For as long as you can …