The job market has begun a decidedly ungraceful recovery: Jobs have been added to the economy for 18 straight months and several gauges are back at pre-recession levels, including jobless claims and wage growth. But the job growth isn’t always as robust as many hope for and projections suggest it will likely take until at least 2014 to regain the millions of jobs lost during the recession.  If it’s one thing the recession has taught us it’s that not all job prospects are created equal. Job search portal  CareerCast is out with their Best and Worst Jobs for and the jobs that have the best prospects — and those that have the worst — are a direct reflection of what’s going on in the economy.