Here’s another job on the list that may not be super stressful, but if your patients are anything like I was when I had braces at 14 and Invisalign at 35, they may not make your day. Complete a bachelor's degree, attend dental school for four years, and take a residency, however, and you could be turning crooked smiles straight. Especially your own, if you’re hauling in more than $200k each year.
Computer hardware engineer
With just a bachelor’s degree, computer hardware engineers research, design, develop, or test computer or computer-related equipment. If you like working solo for the most part, and have that kind of technical know-how, you could earn an average of $106,930 a year.
The average political scientist made $106,930 a year in 2014 and rated the job a 60.8 on Shatkin’s scale. These specialists study political systems without having to engage in any actual politics, so they must be fairly smart.