On the A Photo A Day blog, they linked to a Time magazine chart that lists percentage of people “very happy” in their jobs. Photographers, 20.8%; Correctional institution officers, 26%; Mail carriers (postal service), 34.5%.
More people working in prisons are happier in their jobs than photographers. That’s depressing.
Though to be fair, I’d be in the “happy” category and not the “very happy” category.
I’d also take the study with a grain of salt. As was said in one of my college classes, “lies, damned lies, and statistics.”