Top 10 jobs that make the most unhappy, the French have spoken

Working isn’t always fun. So there are professions that are naturally more pleasant than others, then professions chosen by passionate people, then professions that are endured. To find out more about the moods of the French people, the job search platform ChooseMyCompany has established, in partnership with Les Echos, the ranking of jobs in which employees felt the least happy. For this, opinions were collected from 196,333 workers from 7,500 companies.

1. Notary clerk

Within this profession, only 13% of employees surveyed found motivation in their activity. By deduction, the rest is not very happy. At the same time notary is already not very fun but notary clerk is really the same job, more boring and less well paid. Frankly, it’s better to just be a cleric at the limit.

Top 10 jobs that make the most unhappy, the french have spoken

2. Teacher

This information is not very reassuring. Only 21% have faith in their work according to the survey. It’s not serious, it’s dramatic. While it is certainly the most important job in a society (ex aequo with doctor, come on) it’s the one that gives the least desire as the working conditions are difficult. In short, be nice to them.

Top 10 jobs that make the most unhappy, the french have spoken
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3. Police officer

Unsurprisingly, the police landed in 3rd position with only 27% of happy employees. It does not surprise me. I’ve seen all the seasons ofgears and of The Shieldso I think I am well informed on the subject.

Top 10 jobs that make the most unhappy, the french have spoken

4. Quality operator

Well it must be said that it is quite broad as a job. It depends on the object whose quality we must certify perhaps? For example, if you have to control the quality of a rib of beef, well, that’s cooler than controlling the quality of a tissue.

Top 10 jobs that make the most unhappy, the french have spoken

5. ERP Analyst

I confess that I learned less than 4 seconds ago what this job was. So hang on because it’s not easy: ERP comes from the English “Enterprise Resource Planning”, it can also be translated into French by PGI “Integrated Management Software”. So. Basically, ERP analysts are used to guide companies in their management of information flows. Shit, just learning about this job made me lose interest in life myself.

Top 10 jobs that make the most unhappy, the french have spoken

6. Cleaner

And we understand them. The development and career prospects are not fabulous, nor are the salaries. Between cleaning the dubious traces in the basins of the companies and arranging the dirty panties of the private individuals all that while breathing a good dose of bleach, we can indeed dream of better.

Top 10 jobs that make the most unhappy, the french have spoken

7.Webmaster

With 33% of employees declaring themselves happy and fulfilled, we are faced with a large majority of people who are slightly depressed. And that’s understandable, we’re not very well paid and we stay glued to the computers to make sure that the interface of a site isn’t too disgusting.

Top 10 jobs that make the most unhappy, the french have spoken

8. Press officer

To harass journalists to make sure that we talk about something, I can tell you that I have already done it and that it is very boring and that everyone hates us and that we work globally for people who have no recognition for our filthy activity.

Top 10 jobs that make the most unhappy, the french have spoken

9. Computer scientist

These people have been crying out their despair for too long, but since it’s in HTML language, we can’t hear them.

Top 10 jobs that make the most unhappy, the french have spoken

10. Communications consultant

At the same time, let’s be honest, this job is made up of three ultra-bullshit words: “communication”, “consultant” and “en”.

Top 10 jobs that make the most unhappy, the french have spoken
Picture credits: Topito

Good and don’t forget the other professions that follow and which seem ungrateful enough for employees to feel unhappy there, such as nurses, storekeepers, receptionists, telephone advisers or even firefighters…

Source: Le Figaro student

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