Reported by the Times Online, “If you thought you worked under pressure, you should spare a thought for those poor librarians.”
Librarians complained that there was not enough variety in their work, that they did not have enough control over their careers, and they were not allowed to put their skills to full use.
The lack of job satisfaction meant they were more likely than other professions to be absent from work, or to vent their frustration on their families when they got home.
By comparison, members of the emergency services were happier and more relaxed at work despite often finding themselves embroiled in dangerous or emotional situations.
Found via LibrarianInBlack.