The Top U.S. Cities For a Better Work-Life Balance

by | Oct 12, 2019

The Top U.S. Cities For a Better Work-Life BalanceAre you living just to work? It might not be your job but your address.

With email, skype and wifi the line between home and work has become blurred. According to the Mayo Clinic, people who spend most of their time working are tired, sick and give up spending time with loved ones.

On the other hand, those with a better work-life balance put in better performance in both places. But it’s not just about your job. According to MSN Money there are cities where a person’s work-life balance is better than in another zip code.

For example, Santa Ana, California. The average number of weekly hours worked is thirty seven with an average travel time to work coming in at under thirty minutes. Unemployment is low and people here can afford to rent or buy a home without selling their soul.

Also on the list, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where people work less than forty hours a week and can afford to have a little fun. For the rest of the list, read the original article now.

Maybe you can telecommute.

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