For most workers, the grass always seems greener on the other side. Higher pay often makes other jobs sound more attractive than your current position -- but they could be very stressful jobs.
So when looking at the big picture, consider this: CareerCast has released a list of the least-stressful jobs.
Number one is a university professor. CareerCast credits high growth opportunities for professors, low health risks and good pay. The median annual salary for a professor is $62,000, with salaries at some top universities pushing $200,000.
Next up is a seamstress or tailor. The median salary of less than $30,000 may not be mouthwatering and attention to detail is key.
Medical records technician has the third-place spot. Pay is just more than $30,000, but it's a growing profession.
Jeweler comes in fourth.
Rounding out the top five is a medical lab technician.
Also on the list of low-stress jobs include audiologists, dietitians, hair stylists, librarians and a very unlike one: drill press operator.