None are tolerable. Wage-labor is a form of slavery. However, since we are forced to survive within this system until it is destroyed, some are obviously less intolerable than others. My criteria are jobs which are less tiring, less health-impairing, easier to slack off on, and offer me some sorts of advantages (IE: cool co-workers, free food, etc.) Your framing of the issue makes my take seem quite self-centered.
It's hard for me to fathom the variance of degrees to which certain positions reinforce capital and the state more than others. They're all pretty complicit. Even illegal activities like drug trafficking are arguably reinforcing capital and the state, vis-a-vis police. Perhaps smaller institutions like small businesses are less reinforcing? Positions like park rangers, though state work, seem less oppressive, unless you're using your authority to harass people. I think food production is a really basic thing, and you could help supply local communities of resistance. Doesn't pay well, though. Also, all jobs lend themselves in some ways to sabotage.
IMO there is a lot of oppression in standard healthcare. Toxic pharmaceuticals are pushed on people, insurance companies - well, you know, birthing women are treated like they're sick, psychiatry forces understandably mentally unstable people to put up w/ this fucked up society, etc.
Perhaps you could form some sort of not-profit cooperative venture like various anarchist cafes, media collectives and food coops.