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What jobs are slow paced and also high paying?

(Prefer 6 figures or close to)

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Hassan’s Answer

https://www.businessinsider.com/33-high-paying-jobs-for-people-who-dont-like-stress-2019-3#method-and-data-source-34 and https://financebuzz.com/low-stress-high-paying-jobs say the top job is Mathematician.
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Liddy’s Answer

Hi Mia,

I’m going to be honest with you in case no one else is. If you don’t have years of experience your not going to start out in 6 figure job. Someone mentioned optometrist, now looking at the salary on a fresh grad is $75-$85k/yr to start but 7 years of experience in optometrist is $120-$130k/yr.

Let me break it down even further, slow and steady wins the race. Don’t look for the instant gratification in a job but how passionate you are in what you do. You could hate being an optometrist but love the pay, people won’t come to the person who hates their job the service isn’t the same as the person who love their job with a passion.

Take career test to find the industry for you, then narrow down from there.
Take your time with the money, money is the root of all evil, said the Bible.
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Mahalakshmi’s Answer

OK, here goes my answer. You can make every Job slow paced at your will, if you understand, nothing is burning except your own breath which should continue non-stop. And other people would take care of their breath, never mind. Having said that, what does that mean is take every Job in normal or slow pace at your will, and like and do.

Still, in general, what are all the stress free and slow paced ones with decently high salary(very high paid, I am unable to think of) that I can think of are,

-> Testing and maintenance field in any genre in contrary to R&D wherein you have to be innovative and problem solving every now and then.
-> Your own business, like individual tutors(swimming, sports coaching, tuitions for subjects and etc) in cities, or look for any other low-stress business opportunities in your field and locality.
-> Medicine field, Mechanical, Electronics and Electrical field, Online trainers like Executive trainers, corporate trainers who have a fixed job of 9-5.
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Avery’s Answer

Hello Mia! Optometry is actually a relatively slow-paced career -- especially in the medical field -- that promises a very competitive income. Unlike some MDs, optometrists generally work a 9-5 schedule and are very rarely on call, which allows for a lot of time for family and personal pursuits. To learn more, I certainly recommend checking out the Southern College of Optometry website: https://www.sco.edu/about-optometry
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