From "quiet quitting" to digital nomads, today's employees are increasingly choosing a balanced life over "living to work." And where you live can have a huge effect on that balance. Remote, a global employment company, just released a study that reveals the top 10 states for balancing life and work.
The site created an index data analysis that took into account the following in each state: healthcare, minimum wage, maternity leave, statutory annual leave, sick pay, average hours worked per week, overall happiness levels, and LGBTQ+ inclusivity. Would you move to one of these states for better balance in your life? Tell us in the comments.