According to the Labor Department, CareerCast, a career advice and salary listing website owned by classified advertising company Adicio, evaluated 200 jobs that have the most employees in the U.S.
Most people won't disagree that serving in military or being a lumberjack are far more dangerous jobs than being a newspaper reporter.
But that didn't stop the career of newspaper reporting ranking in the bottom three of the 200 best and worst jobs of 2014.
Since 1988, CareerCast.com, a career advice and salary listing website owned by classified advertising company Adicio, has rated different jobs and careers through a variety of metrics, including work environment, stress and hiring outlook.
According to the latest job ratings from the website, lumberjack is the worst job of 2014, followed by newspaper reporter and enlisted military personnel.
Broadcaster, another mass media profession, also ranks in the bottom five of the "worst jobs," coming in a No. 5 behind taxi driver, which has the lowest average income ($22,820) in the bottom 10.
A child care worker has one of the lowest average salaries on the list ($19,510), but comes in at No. 165, with an overall score of 548. Not far above child care worker is air traffic controller at 142, a profession that averages $122,530.
See, money really isn't everything.
Unsurprisingly, math and sciences dominate the top of the list.
The top job on this year's list is mathematician, which includes anyone who "applies mathematical theories and formulas to teach or solve problems in a business, educational or industrial climate."
While money might not be everything, no job in the top 10 averages less than $68,000 per year.
View the gallery above for the 20 best and the 20 worst jobs of 2014, according to CareerCast.com (available here for our mobile users). Click here to view the entire 200-job ranking.