The list for the best and worst jobs for 2014 in the U.S. is out.

And for lumberjacks, taxi drivers and broadcasters, it's not looking good. Hey, I'm a broadcaster! Crap.

If you are a mathematician, a tenured university professor or an actuary things are better for you. Of course you haven't met Bon Jovi or eaten free pizza in the breakroom, crap.

Here's a snapshot of the top 10 and bottom 200

1. Mathematician
Change from ranking on 2013 list: Up 17
Mid-level income: $101,360
Key factors for ranking: work environment, high income and outlook, low stress

4. Actuary
Change from ranking on 2013 list: Down 3
Midlevel income: $93,680
Key factors for ranking: environment, hiring outlook

6. Dental hygienist
Change from ranking on 2013 list: no change
Midlevel income: $70,210
Key factors for ranking: low stress (it ranks as the least stressful of all 200 jobs on this list), outlook
(Craig--everyone has teeth)

And the bottom ...

196. Broadcaster
Change from ranking on 2013 list: Down 12
Mid-level income: $55,380
Key factors for ranking: income, stress, outlook
(Craig: "I ain't making 55k, I can tell ya that!")

199. Newspaper reporter
Change from ranking on 2013 list: Up 1
Mid-level income: $37,090
Key factors for ranking: hiring outlook, stress

200. Lumberjack
Change from ranking on 2013 list: Down 1
Mid-level income: $24,340
Key factors for ranking: work environment (ranked worst of all 200 jobs), income and outlook

Taxi drivers come in at 198. Maybe if the broadcasting thing doesn't work out, I can call Calder City Cab? Crap.