Turning on an LED with 75V

Electronics novice question…
I have a 75V power supply inside a box and I want an LED on the front panel to turn on when the 75V is on. The LED is 2V forward voltage and I want 10mA to flow through it. So I calculate that I need a current limiting resistor of 7300 ohms that needs to be able to handle 0.73W.
I am just wondering is there a better way to do this?

Two 15k 1/2 watt resistors in parallel would work.
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AC or DC power supply?

Its 75VDC