What are the top 10 most stressful jobs in SA?

A recent survey by mental wellness advocate, Pharma Dynamics, has revealed South Africa's most stressful jobs.

Over 2000 respondents took part in the survey, which measured the levels of stress at work based on a list of stress triggers.

While university vice-chancellors were expected to feature on the list, this was the top 10 list.

  1. Pilots
  2. Hairstylists
  3. Farmers
  4. Film directors
  5. Nurses
  6. Police Officers
  7. Corporate executives
  8. Company CEOs
  9. Doctors
  10. Singers

702's Azania Mosaka asked callers to share their thoughts about their own experiences at work.

Listen to the conversation below:

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