There are some people in this world that are unfairly paid. Meaning that the amount of work or responsibility they have doesn’t warrant their ridiculous pay-checks (footballers, basically).
As you climb the job ladder, your stress levels will elevate simultaneously. If only there were jobs out there that paid a fair whack and didn’t cause you to lose sleep…
It’s unrealistic to expect a job to provide no stress at all. That is until the market demands of massage test dummies or ice-cream taster. However, there has been some research done into the highest paying and least stress-inducing jobs in the world.
Looking through the Occupational Information Network (O*NET) you can see for yourself what jobs are considered the least stressful using their ambiguous ‘stress tolerance’ measure and how much you stand to make.
These jobs are just a few of the least stressful but highest paid roles you can get today. (Salaries have been converted to pounds for ease).
You were probably hoping the first one was going to be ‘Nap Executive’ but unfortunately the world just isn’t that fun. A Material Scientist is responsible for studying substances, how they react with each other and applying that to everyday products. You’ll probably need a PHD though..
If you’ve got that spare dentistry license lying around and want something to do with it, become an orthodontist. It’s surprising how low stress this job is considering the amount of teenagers you’ll have to scorn for continuously opening bottles with their teeth and guzzling liquid sugar.
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