4. Massage Therapist
A massage therapist spends very little time sitting. Instead, they spend the vast majority of their day standing and using their hands to work. A massage therapist helps alleviate muscle aches, pains, and strains of their clients. They can work in a clinical setting, helping rehab clients from prior injuries and diseases. They can also work in a spa, where a massage is more of luxury than a necessity. In a clinical setting, a massage therapist can also assist in determining range of motion and helping evaluate conditions. The average wage for a massage therapist is $17.88 an hour, but that does not include tip, which boosts the income quite a bit.