10 highest-paying, low-stress jobs — Orthodontist lands No. 1 spot

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Keeping a healthy work-life balance can be a struggle for any profession. For those seeking high pay, it can be even more challenging.

Based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and extensive interviews with workers in various industries, U.S. News & World Report identified 10 jobs that offer the high pay and low stress.

1. Orthodontist
Median salary: $208,000
Expected job growth through 2028: 7 percent

2. Statistician
Median salary: $84,060
Expected job growth through 2028: 31 percent

3. Radiation therapist
Median salary: $80,570
Expected job growth through 2028: 9 percent

4. Web developer
Median salary: $67,990
Expected job growth through 2028: 13 percent

5. Cartographer
Median salary: $63,990
Expected job growth through 2028: 15 percent

6. Anthropologist
Median salary: $62,280
Expected job growth through 2028: 10 percent

7. Archaeologist
Median salary: $62,280
Expected job growth through 2028: 10 percent

8. Hearing aid specialist
Median salary: $54,860
Expected job growth through 2028: 16 percent

9. Survey researcher
Median salary: $54,270
Expected job growth through 2028: 1 percent

10. Wind turbine technician
Median salary: $53,880
Expected job growth through 2028: 57 percent

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