If there is a programming language whose designers took into account the fact that humans would have to use fingers to type it onto keyboards for multiple hours a day, I have yet to encounter it.
I say this after investing a fair amount of time on typing.io, which treats programming languages purely as typing exercises. If you told a stenographer they had to take notes in Haskell, you would shortly find a typewriter-shaped indentation impressed upon your forehead. Lisp is probably the only language that comes remotely close to finger-friendly, and even then only if you are using an editor clever enough to remove the need to type Shift-9/Shift-0 every few milliseconds.
I realize that if you’re typing code so fast that finger-stamina is your principle limiter, you’re probably doing something wrong. But still. It is strange that this is not even a consideration.