None of them.
The days when simply being a teacher, scientist, doctor, or lawyer more or less identified you as a man or woman of high intelligence, good character, honor, and devotion to bettering society are long gone.
So many bad actors have sullied these professions as forces for good that they have all but irreparably damaged the reputation of each and every one of these professions.
This clearly does not mean that if one becomes a teacher, scientist, doctor, or lawyer that he or she is necessarily a scoundrel; most of us know someone in these professions who is decent. But dwindling numbers of us see teachers, scientists, doctors, and lawyers generally as people worthy of trust, honor, and emulation, and rightly so.
Good people still populate the professions, but they are harder to find than they were in times past.
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