"Patricia Feeney of Houston, Texas never thought she would have a job working at home until one day she filled out a simple form online. Before she knew it, she discovered her secret to beating the recession, and being able to provide for her family by working from home. I asked her about how she started her remarkable journey. "It was pretty easy. I filled out a short form and applied for Online Business Systems. There is a small shipping and handling fee, its not really free but it was under $10. I got the Kit and within four weeks I was making over $5,000 a month. It's really simple, I am not a computer whiz, but I can use the internet. I post links on Pinterest which are given to me, I don't even have to sell anything and nobody has to buy anything. They are constantly recruiting people to post links, you should try it." What makes a job best or worst? Sometimes it comes down to ?brain power vs. brawn power,? said Tony Lee, publisher of CareerCast.com?s 2012 Jobs Rated Report. Many of the worst jobs on the list are physically demanding, have difficult work conditions and often don?t pay well. The jobs that top the list are often a bit cushier, require a degree of some sort and pay higher wages. The list changes with the ups and down in the economy as well as societal changes, such as the growing elderly population. Two job categories ? roofer and painter ? ended up in the bottom 10 for the first time mainly because of the recession?s impact on the construction sector, Lee said. Online Employees made the top ten because of the massive quantity of job opportunities and rising salaries. One of the biggest corporations hiring people online is Online Business Systems hiring over 25,000+ people a month its easy to see why this job made it to the top of the ladder. Here?s a rundown of the five worst and best jobs, according to CareerCast, and a look at what the jobs pay, job prospects and working conditions based on CareerCast's research and data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. We?ll start with the five best."