The worst places to work in America aren’t necessarily the places where they’re most likely to be fired.
The worst place to work can actually be a place where they get the most work.
According to a study by research firm Gartner, about one in five American workers earn less than $40,000 a year.
The study also found that American workers tend to make up for that gap with higher productivity, a better job security and more flexible working hours.
And they are earning a better paycheck.
Here’s how the study found that the top 10 worst places for work are clustered in the South, Midwest, West and Northeast, according to Gartners.
The average salary for a full-time worker in the top five worst places is $42,000.
And those numbers don’t even include a few more special perks.
They include paid vacation, a sick leave and health insurance, as well as an annual health plan.
These perks are a great way to get paid for the time you spend working.
And, while there may be some drawbacks, it can be a very rewarding experience.
Here are some of the top jobs in the country for 2016.
Salesperson The average worker makes $36,000, according the study.
Medical technologist The average employee makes $33,000 and is paid $24,000 per year.
Sales and marketing representative The average salesperson makes $34,000 with $22,000 in annual benefits and a 401(k).
Technical writer The average technical writer makes $35,000 for a position that requires 30 hours a week.
Customer service representative The typical customer service representative makes $39,000 on average for a job that requires 40 hours a work week.
Senior communications manager The average senior communications manager makes $37,000 to $42 to $44 an hour.
Computer and network technician The average computer and network technicians make $38,000 or more a year on average.
Marketing manager The typical marketing manager makes a $35 to $37 an hour job with benefits.
Computer programmer The typical computer programmer makes $32,000-34,00 an hour in a typical job.
Customer support representative The median customer support representative makes an average of $33 an hour, according a Gartener report.