6 Highest-Paying, Least-Stressful Jobs

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Economist

Stress tolerance: 59

Average annual salary: $109,230

What they do: Study the production and distribution of resources, goods, and services

Education requirements: Bachelor's degree

 

Astronomer

Stress tolerance: 62

Average annual salary: $110,220

What they do: Observe, research, and analyze astronomical phenomena to increase basic knowledge, or apply such information to practical problems

Education requirements: PhD for most research jobs

 

Mathematician

Stress tolerance: 57

Average annual salary: $112,560

What they do: Conduct research in fundamental mathematics or in application of mathematical techniques to science, management, and other fields; solve problems in various fields using mathematical methods

Education requirements: Bachelor's or master's degree for those who want to work in government, and a doctorate may be required to work for private companies

 

Physicist

Stress tolerance: 61

Average annual salary: $118,500

What they do: Conduct research into physical phenomena, develop theories on the basis of observation and experiments, and devise methods to apply physical laws and theories

Education requirements: PhD for most research jobs

 

 Orthodontist

Stress tolerance: 67

Average annual salary: $221,390

What they do: Examine, diagnose, and treat dental misalignments and oral cavity anomalies; design appliances to realign teeth and jaws

Education requirements: Bachelor's degree, four-year dental school, and two to three years of residency training

 

Law Teacher

Stress tolerance: 63

Average annual salary: $126,230

What they do: Teach courses in law

Education requirements: Bachelor's and law degrees

 

 

 

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