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Oceanographer

Stress

Oceanographers need to perform. They are scientists who need to be able to process a huge amount of data and observations and turn them into viable conclusions. To get that data, they may need to travel to remote corners of the world, navigating physical challenges and foreign nations. So there can be stress. But we are talking science stress, which ain't that bad.

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