Well, if it's not the easiest than I'd say it is definitly in the top 3.... OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH!! I work Occ health for an area hospital, I basically go around to the different factories that the hospital has contracts with and work in the clinics inside the factories. A lot of prevention of repititive motion injuries, random drug screens (which are a urine test, reminds me of a home pregnancy test), draw blood, and do lots and lots of paperwork! Lots of downtime, lots of chat time with employees, (almost) everyone is happy to see you everyday. The most stressful part of the job is dealing with emergencies that come up (mostly lacerations and machining injuries, at times can be severe) Most people would not be able to deal with the boredom, but believe me after 3 years in medical/surgical floor nursing, it is a VERY welcome change!!! The stress at the hospital was buring me out big time, and I had to make a change to maintain my sanity. Good luck to you!
P.S... Oh, and NO weekends and NO holidays. Most of the jobs available are on 1st shift (days), but they do have 2nd and 3rd shift positions too, just not as many. Also, I am able to work 6,8,10 or 12 hour shifts...very flexible. And the pay is pretty much the same as what I made at the hospital.