Achieving a healthy work-life balance is a top goal for most people. The global average for people satisfied with their work-life balance is only 17%, so it’s safe to say that it’s a goal many struggle to achieve. What is considered a satisfactory work-life balance varies from person to person, and some countries promote a better work-life balance culture than other countries.
A survey by InterNations, the world’s largest global community for people living and working abroad, rated 43 different aspects of life abroad, including work-life balance. Interestingly, the survey found no direct correlation between long working hours and dissatisfaction with work-life balance.
Here’s a look at the top 10 countries:
3. New Zealand
Check out the full article for more details on the results from each country.
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