Not Engineering or Business... no. No.

<p>So, what is there out there that requires at least a 4 year degree... with the possibility of graduate studies and meets the following criteria. </p>

<li>Makes at least 50k a year</li>
<li>Offers stability</li>
<li>Allows you to smoke pot</li>
<li>Doesn't require a work-a-holic</li>

<p>I guess that's a specific enough list of requirements. </p>

<p>I will be searching on my own, but I wanted to post this here and see what kind of responses I can get to add to whatever I find. </p>

<p>The things I have off the top of my head are Physics, Audiologist, Speech Pathologist, Physical Therapist (Not 100% sure about the ability to use pot on this one though), and Museum Curator. </p>

<p>Some things I considered when disregarding stability and 50k a year are any kind of art career. hands down, if I had all the money in the world... I would pursue an art career. My favorite forms of art are acting, sculpture, culinary, and dance. </p>

<p>Thanks for any responses.</p>

<p>P.S. Do not look at my past threads and bring them into this discussion. This discussion is completely separate from any previous posts I may have made on this website.</p>

<p>I really don’t like programming though, so anything in physics is pretty much shot to hell.</p>

<p>How about math + econ; you can become a financial analyst - not exactly business</p>

<p>Financial analysis is at the heart of every business. What are you talking about, oneguy21?</p>