Do you run your job, or does your job run you?
It’s getting tougher for employees to maintain a healthy work/life balance, according to a Glassdoor article.
Work/life balance has decreased since 2009, when employees had a 3.5 average work/life balance satisfaction rating based on a five-point scale, with 5 meaning “very satisfied,” according to the cited research. That number has fallen to 3.2 to this point in 2015.
On the bright side, those in PR, social media and marketing can feel less like our jobs run us than the average person does. Glassdoor’s list of 25 best jobs for achieving work/life balance includes the following titles: social media manager, digital marketing manager, marketing assistant, content manager and SEO manager.