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Chemists and Dental Hygienists Hate Their Bosses

by Bidita Debnath on March 18, 2013 at 9:08 PM
 Chemists and Dental Hygienists Hate Their Bosses

Chemists and dental hygienists hate their bosses, not many of us do that.

They are the professions with the largest number of bad bosses, according to US jobs and salary website PayScale, News.com.au reported.


PayScale asked its users what they most wanted to change about their job, and ranked the number of workers in each profession who wanted a new boss, Business Insider revealed.

The numbers speak for themselves.

Number of workers who hate their boss, by profession are:

Chemists and Materials Scientists - 19.4 percent

Dental Hygienists - 18.2 percent

Bakers - 17.9 percent

Food Service Managers - 17.0 percent

Occupational Health and Safety Specialists and Technicians - 15.8 percent

Database Administrators- 13.6 percent

Administrative Services Managers - 13.6 percent

Dispatchers - 13.5 percent

Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks- 13.5 percent

Actors, Producers, and Directors - 13. percent

Cooks - 12.3 percent

Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists - 12.1 percent

Cashiers - 11.8 percent

Order Clerks - 11.6 percent

Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators - 11.5 percent

Lodging Managers - 11.5 percent

Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers - 11.3 percent

Labourers and Material Movers, Hand - 11.1 percent

Education Administrators - 10.9 percent

Tellers - 10.7 percent

Source: ANI
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