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New data reveals that there are careers that allow for greater work-life balance.

Yolanda Sangweni
Jul, 28, 2014

The decades-old debate about work-life balance rages on.

New data from Glassdoor—a job site that compiles data about the workplace—reveals that there are careers that allow for greater work-life balance than most. They include tour guides, firefighters, lifeguards, group fitness instructors and social media managers. So, work-life balance is possible. But is it lucrative? Indeed, among the professionals who report having the greatest balance are real estate brokers, equity traders, law clerks, and data scientists.

Read more about the report here.

Have you found your own work-life balance, and what would it make a more realistic option for you? Share your thoughts with us below.

QUESTION:What would help you improve your work-life balance? Flexible working arrangements 53% Respected off-hours 13% Paid time off 6% More of an incentive for career growth 25% Family-oriented benefits 3% Total votes: 172