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“Our frontline paramedics are invited into people’s lives every day, sometimes in stressful and challenging situations. The respect and trust the community has for [them] allows them to perform these duties.”
Mike Willis, acting CEO, NSW Ambulance Service
For eight years, paramedics have held the title of Australia’s Most Trusted Profession, while members of the poll’s top five professions continue to hold our lives in their safe and careful hands.
Reader's Digest Trust Poll 2012 Professions
3. Rescue volunteers
9. Armed Forces personnel
15. Childcare workers
16. Bus/train/tram drivers
23. Shop assistants
26. Truck drivers
26. Religious ministers
28. Financial planners
29. Charity collectors
32. Taxi drivers
35. Real estate agents
36. Sex workers
37. Insurance salespeople
38. Call centre operators
39. Door-to-door salespeople
3 of 5 Comments
|alex on 28 April 2013 ,21:02 |
One may find that a legal professional must retain high ethical standards or be stuck off the roll
|Lee on 12 January 2013 ,10:17 |
What about Social Workers ?
|Dexter on 17 November 2012 ,07:56 |
This is a very interesting post. My brother is wanting to become a lawyer in Calgary and has had a great start. I'm sure that this profession is very trusted in this area as well.
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