Currently, low back pain is a major health social and economic problem. The aim of this study was assessment of low back pain and habits of movement in individuals leading a sedentary lifestyle, due to the nature of their work.The study was conducted from November 2010 to February 2011. Research material consisted of two groups of people: 57 office workers (including 40 women and 17 men) and 43 bus drivers and taxi drivers (men only). In the first group age ranged from 21 to 60 years, and the second between 21 and 63 years. Research tool was the author’s own questionnaire consists of four parts. The first and second part contained questions about personal data and information about the job. In the third part respondents were asked about any pain in the lower spine, while in the fourth part we asked about movement of habits, knowledge of prevention and ways of spending free time.The results indicate frequent occurrence of low back pain among drivers (62,8%). This problem also often applies to people with high abnormal BMI (25 and above). More irregularities in posture appeared in the group of office workers than among drivers.