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In any reasonable metric of economic satisfaction*, Feynman was incredibly well-off. He had a job doing exactly what he loved, was among the most respected people in his field, was afforded the opportunity to travel to interesting places and meet interesting people, and evidently–judging by his (auto?)-biography–had lots of free time to pursue his hobbies and extra-career pursuits. To top off the cake, at least by the middle of his life he had more than enough money to not have to worry much about finances.

*One example of an unreasonable metric is the amount of money one has.

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