Whatever role has the least effort and most pay would be absolutely fantastic for me.Depends on the context.
If you're a really really good at your job it doesn't take a huge amount of effort and most IT jobs pay really well.
Example, I work in BI. I'm really good at working with anything DB related, because of years of experience and studying in my personal time to get better. So in my new job most of the work I'm given doesn't take a lot of effort from me. Especially not mental effort. I love it and I always want to get better, but it's not a struggle like it used to be when I just a junior developer. And because, as I said, IT jobs pay really well that would mean I have your dream job, even though it's not at 343.
But why would you choose a career that is stagnant? Why not something where you can constantly improve and want to improve because you enjoy it?
Doesn't that make life exciting?
It was mostly a joke, but your comment was strangely inspiring.
A more honest answer would be something on the Software Engineering and/or programming side, I don’t know what specifically though since I’m still new to the whole concepts and ideas of the industry.
Right now I’m studying Computer Science at university and I will be majoring in Software Engineering. But before we get to our majors, we have to do a whole heap of the basics on pretty much every topic, programming, networking, project management, you get the gist, but for the life of me I cannot figure out databases. MySQL just shoots through my head and none of it sticks. So I can assure you that that’s definitely a job that I would like to avoid. I love the idea of creating something useful, incredible or simply fun from scratch and programming is fantastic way of doing that. I made a stupid text game about eggs! But motivation in the challenge is sparse and infrequent, so thanks for your comment I guess.