You may not have dreamed of being a logistics manager when you were a kid, but we've been having a look through all of the data collected in our anonymous employee reviews and it turns out that employees in Transport, Logistics & Distribution gave their roles the highest ratings for job enjoyment out of every career on the site!

We talk a lot about which are the Top Companies To Work For, so we thought that it was high time that we trawled through all of our data to find out which were the best careers to work in as well, so that we could share the info with you – and hopefully help you to find the perfect job to apply for. We're kicking things off by looking at the answers to the question: "How Much Do You Enjoy What You Do?" – which we ask every employee who adds an anonymous review  to the site, and we think that the result may come as quite a surprise as it probably isn't the first career that comes to mind when you think of dream jobs. But when you read the individual job reviews on TheJobCrowd for roles such as Cabin Crew at British Airways, who describe their job as "travelling the world and staying in some amazing hotels and locations" or even employees of Network Rail, the train operator, who say things like "I have only been working for Network Rail for two months but I have fallen in love with trains", it's less hard to see why they give their jobs such high enjoyment scores!

You will probably be less surprised to hear that Actors and Musicians also hugely enjoy their jobs, meaning that Performing Arts & Music comes in 2nd place, closely followed by Construction & Property.

Below is the list in full (Warning: it doesn't make for good reading if you are thinking about working in Administration & Customer Service or, perhaps surprisingly, Media & Broadcasting…)

1. Transport, Logistics and Distribution

2. Performing Arts & Music

3. Construction and Property

4. Charity and Voluntary Work

5. Insurance and Pensions

6. Scientific Services

7. Health Care

8. Human Resources and Employment

9. Law Enforcement, Protection and Uniformed Services

10. Advertising, Marketing and PR

11. Engineering, Manufacturing & Production

12. Accountancy, Banking and Finance

13. Hospitality and Events Management

14. Law

15. Management Consulting

16. Consumer Goods and FMCG

17. Creative Arts and Design

18. Journalism and Publishing

19. Education

20. Government and International Development

21. Leisure, Sport and Tourism

22. Retail

23. Information Services and Research

24. Media and Broadcasting

25. Information Technology and Telecoms

26. Administration and Customer Service

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Jazz Panesar is a Digital and Technology Apprentice at Severn Trent. Read Jazz’s story here.

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Have your own questions prepared. It's your turn! As the interview comes to a close, one of the final questions you may be asked is "What can I answer for you?" Your interviewer will expect you to have...
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Research the Company. Do your homework about the employer and the industry so you are ready for the interview question "What do you know about this company?"
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