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High-Paying Jobs That Give the Most Time Off

The Atlantic has compiled a list of High-paying jobs that offer a lot of time off.

JUDGES AND MAGISTRATES
Hours worked/year: 1,935
Median hourly earnings: $62.08
No. employed: 25,900
Hours worked/week: 37.2
Median annual income: $119,270
Top annual income: $142,670

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS
Hours worked/year: 1,902
Median hourly earnings: $35.18
No. employed: 100,300
Hours worked/week: 38.6
Median annual income: $72,320
Top annual income: $102,520

PRINCIPALS
Hours worked/year: 1,846
Median hourly earnings: $46.49
No. employed: 222,270
Hours worked/week: 39.5
Median annual income: $86,970
Top annual income: $129,480

LIBRARIANS
Hours worked/year: 1,819
Median hourly earnings: $27.35
No. employed: 148,240
Hours worked/week: 38.3
Median annual income: $54,500
Top annual income: $83,510

DENTAL HYGIENISTS
Hours worked/year: 1,802
Median hourly earnings: $32.38
No. employed: 177,520
Hours worked/week: 34.6
Median annual income: $68,250
Top annual income: $93,820

CLINICAL, COUNSELING, AND SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS
Hours worked/year: 1,736
Median hourly earnings: $32.40
No. employed: 100,000
Hours worked/week: 37.4
Median annual income: $66,810
Top annual income: $108,670

SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS
Hours worked/year: 1,638
Median hourly earnings: $32.74
No. employed: 112,530
Hours worked/week: 37.4
Median annual income: $66,920
Top annual income: $103,630

LAW TEACHERS, POST-SECONDARY
Hours worked/year: 1,608
Median hourly earnings: $82.85
No. employed: 14,620
Hours worked/week: 40.3
Median annual income: $94,260
Top annual income: $145,990

AIRCRAFT PILOTS, COPILOTS, AND FLIGHT ENGINEERS
Hours worked/year: 1,090
Median hourly earnings: $119.12
No. employed: 68,580
Hours worked/week: 21
Median annual income: $103,210
Top annual income: $139,330

SOURCE: The Atlantic

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