Do You Have One of the 10 Worst Jobs of 2017? (CNBC)

Research teams from CareerCast examined the 200 most common jobs in the United States and ranked them according to salary, growth, competition, physical work, safety, and stress.

Click to read CNBC’s list of the ten worst jobs of 2017.

Slideshow: An Ivies Weekend — And More

Students enjoy Ivies 2017

Bowdoin students celebrated Ivies this weekend, checking out three musical acts in two days — Vanic, Small Pools — and the Saturday headliner, ASAP Ferg. Plus, the Muslim Student Association offered its “alternative Ivies,” with henna, music, and catered Indian food. The track and field teams competed in the NESCAC championships, and the softball and women’s tennis teams had home games and matches. Check out the Ivies 2017 slideshow.

The More You Use Facebook, The Worse You Feel (Harvard Business Review)

A Harvard Business Review study measured participant well-being and its relationship with Facebook usage. Despite positive effects of real-world social networks, the study confirmed a negative association between mental health and Facebook.

The study also suggested that declines in well-being depended on quantity of use rather than quality, contrasting with previous research. Read more in Harvard Business Review.

Listen Online: Maine Public Radio’s ‘Maine Calling’ Talks Environment Live from Campus

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Today is the day; tune in or log on 1 p.m.–2 p.m. EST to hear Bowdoin faculty members share their expertise and engage in conversation around the topic of Maine as a laboratory for studying all aspects of the environment.

Listen to this program on the radio stations of the Maine Public Broadcasting Network, including 90.1 FM (Portland) and 90.9 FM (Bangor), or stream it live on MainePublic.org from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.

Can’t listen today? We’ll include a link to the conversation in Monday’s Bowdoin Daily Sun.

Maine Public Radio and Keith Shortall ’82 bring Maine Calling to Campus to Discuss Maine and the Environment from Bowdoin College on Vimeo.