A job that's good for your health is one that benefits you physically, mentally, and emotionally. If you're active, engaged, and generally happy with the work you're doing and the company you work for, your overall health benefits from it.
Conversely, if you're overworked, over-stressed, under-appreciated, under or poorly insured, or if the nature of your job exposes you to certain hazards, your overall health is going to nose dive--quickly.
Check out the three best and worst careers for your health. Where does your job fall in comparison?