The best jobs for work-life balance have been compiled in a new survey based on feedback from employees across a range of industries.
Technology and engineering companies have long had an image problem when it comes to work-life balance: Thought to have hard-driving, intense cultures with all-night hackathons, the jobs have become synonymous with always-on work. And while that may be true in many cases, a new analysis by the careers Web site Glassdoor finds that tech and engineering jobs are among the best-ranked careers for workers who want to find some kind of balance between their professional and personal lives.
On Tuesday, Glassdoor released its list of the 25 jobs that had the highest rating for work-life balance over the past year from workers who filled out reviews on its site. Reviewers rate their jobs on a scale of one to five, with a “one” being dissatisfaction with the amount of balance in their lives and a “five” being something akin to work-life nirvana.
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