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Overlooked low-stress jobs with a 6-figure salary

We know the job search can be overwhelming and a little scary. When looking for a new career path, there are certain jobs that stand out because of their popularity, if you do a bit of research you’ll realize that there are plenty of underrated jobs with high paying results. When it comes to making changes in your career or starting your post-grad life it’s important to understand there’s more out there than you might have thought. Here’s a list of our top low-stress jobs that will pay you big in the long run!

1. Data scientist

Median salary: $128,240

If your mind is fixated on finding patterns, this might be the right path for you. A data scientist Interprets trends from data in different industries. While this job has very low stakes, it comes with a high salary! Companies that are looking to grow and expand are always looking for people to help research and provide the type of information that will help them out.

2. Pharmacist

Median salary: $121,170

If you’re willing to do the schooling, a pharmacist makes a high salary while the day to day of their actual job is not too demanding. Dispensing prescription medications to patients is usually the type of work they get into.

3. Mathematician

Median salary: $104,285

If math has always been your specialty, you might have overlooked the idea of becoming an actual mathematician. We know you have to really dedicate a lot of your time to the subject, but if conducting research and creating mathematical principles is your thing, you might want to look into this as a full time career.

4. Human resources manager

Median salary: $103,307

If you’re a people person and think of yourself as a highly organized person, you might consider a career as a human resources manager. With their daily tasks including planning, and coordinating admin work for an office environment, it can be the just the right fit for someone who enjoys being social.  After gaining experience, some companies pay a high salary for this type of career.

5. Optometrist

Median salary: $101,360

If you’re a people person and think of yourself as a highly organized person, you might consider a career as a human resources manager. With their daily tasks including planning, and coordinating admin work for an office environment, it can be the just the right fit for someone who enjoys being social.  After gaining experience, some companies pay a high salary for this type of career.

Mathematician

Median salary: $104,285

If math has always been your specialty, you might have overlooked the idea of becoming an actual mathematician. We know you have to really dedicate a lot of your time to the subject, but if conducting research and creating mathematical principles is your thing, you might want to look into this as a full time career.

However, if you do a bit of research you’ll realize that there are plenty of underrated jobs with high paying results. When it comes to making changes in your career or starting your post-grad life it’s important to understand there’s more out there than you might have thought.

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24 Comments

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    This is very educative

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    Informative

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    Educative

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    Creative

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    Good

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    Tnks

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    Good update

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    Educative

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    Wonderful

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    All beautiful careers

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  20. Reply

    Pharmacists and optometrists aren’t overlooked

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    Oh….really?

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