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The pandemic threw the world into pandemonium and changed our lives as we knew them. We couldn’t see our friends or family. Go to the pub. Go to the cinema. We couldn’t even go to the office to do our work.
As a result, many were forced to work from home – a concept that is continuing to be popular despite Covid restrictions being scrapped.
But with professional and personal boundaries being blurred as a result, many are experiencing a ‘working-from home’ burnout and working more hours than they should. Essentially, establishing a healthy work/life balance has never been more important.
That’s why the holiday search engine, Holidu.co.uk, has put together a brand new ‘Work/Life Balance Index’ in order to find out which cities are getting the balance right – and which are falling short.
- Copenhagen, Denmark
- Reykjavik, Iceland
- Oslo, Norway
- Helsinki, Finland
- Stockholm, Sweden
- Frankfurt, Germany
- Linz, Austria
- Klagenfurt, Austria
- Den Haag, Netherlands
- Basel, Switzerland
The cities were ranked on workplace factors such as the average annual hours worked, average commute time, and the minimum number of mandatory paid holiday days, as well as life factors like the average hours slept each night, the number of holidays abroad taken every year per capita, happiness/wellbeing levels and disposable income levels.
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