These are 10 Professions that Have Fun Work, Rarely Stress & Big Pay Lifestyle – 7 hours ago

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Certain jobs have high levels of stress. The reason could be because you always have to deal with complaints, nagging from clients, etc deadline tight.

If you don’t want to live a life like that, maybe you are interested in the 10 jobs below that are minimally stressful. Even though there is minimal stress, this type of work offers quite attractive pay.

So what are they? The following are jobs paying more than US$100,000 or IDR 1.5 billion per year with a relatively low level of stress tolerance, quoted from CNBC Make It:


1. Environmental economist

Economists in this field conduct research on topics such as the use of alternative fuels, write academic articles on economic forecasts and assess the costs and benefits of policies and regulations that affect the environment.

Most of these positions require a master’s degree, PhD or relevant law degree, as well as work experience.

Average annual salary: US$ 105,630 (Rp. 1,681,629,600)

2. Mathematician

This profession is tasked with carrying out basic mathematical research or applying mathematical techniques to science, management and other fields. These positions often require a relevant master’s degree, Ph.D, or MD and relevant work experience.

Average annual salary: US$ 108,100 (Rp. 1,720,952,000)

3. Redevelopment specialist and site manager

These specialists plan and supervise the cleanup and rebuilding of contaminated land. They identify sources of contamination and coordinate on-site cleanup ensuring compliance with environmental laws and standards. Many of these jobs require a college degree and work experience.

Average annual salary: US$ 124,650 (Rp. 1,984,428,000)

4. Water resources specialist

Specialists in this field design and help implement programs related to water supply, quality, and regulation. Most of these positions require a bachelor’s degree and experience in the field to be considered.

Average annual salary: US$ 137,900 (Rp. 2,195,368,000)

5. Physicist

Physicists conduct research on physical phenomena, analyze their research and evaluate data, and develop theories based on their findings. Most of these positions require a bachelor’s degree such as a master’s, Ph.D. or law degree and extensive experience in the workplace.

Average annual salary: US$ 152,430 (Rp. 2,426,533,170)

6. Materials Scientist

Materials scientists study, research and conduct experiments on materials such as metal, rubber, ceramics and glass. Most of these positions require a graduate school degree such as a MA or Ph.D. and extensive experience in the workplace.

Average annual salary: US$ 100,090 (Rp. 1,593,332,710)

7. Business intelligence analysts

These analysts are tasked with recording business, financial and economic data, creating reports for executives and stakeholders, and recommending relevant actions to be taken on behalf of the business. Most of these positions require a bachelor’s degree and some experience to be considered.

Average annual salary: US$ 100,910 (Rp. 1,606,588,110)

8. Remote sensing expert

These scientists analyze data collected by airplanes or satellites, for example, to solve problems in areas such as urban planning, homeland security, and natural resource management. Most of these positions require graduate school including a relevant master’s degree, Ph.D, or MD, as well as on-the-job experience.

Average annual salary: US$ 104,100 (Rp. 1,657,167,900)

9. Professor of economics

Economics professors teach graduate or undergraduate students on topics such as price theory and microeconomics. They prepare study materials, give lectures and assess student assignments. Many of these positions require advanced degrees and extensive experience to be considered.

Average annual salary: US$ 104,940 (Rp. 1,670,539,860)

10. Chemical engineer

This profession is tasked with designing equipment that will be used in chemical factories, as well as designing production process designs for making materials in the chemical industry and products. This profession includes creating and evaluating procedures used to ensure the safety of people working near chemical reactions.

Average annual salary: US$ 105,550 (Rp. 1,680,356,000).

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