New analysis from Lensa Insights identifies the best and worst states for a professional’s work-life balance.
Measuring commute times, weekly work hours, Gallup’s well-being index that measures financial security and physical health, and Glassdoor ratings, Lensa Insights was able to determine which states offered the best work-life balance.
The top 10 states included:
- North Dakota
Utah in particular was found to have an average work week of 37.3 hours, and also had some of the highest Glassdoor work-life balance review scores.
Among the worst states for work-life balance were:
- West Virginia
- New York
- North Carolina
Tennessee was found to have one of the worst wellbeing rates, overall low Glassdoor ratings, and an average of 26 minutes for commute times.