The best jobs for work-life balance require you to spend a lot of time on the Internet
Author: Devon Maloney
Excerpt: When you’re sitting at your open-plan desk, still at work at 8 p.m., staring at your computer and daydreaming of a better job, one where you can actually go home at the end of the day and turn off your work email, what do you picture? Is it a low-impact gig at a big, fancy tech start-up? Your own coffee shop in a cute little neighborhood in your favorite city?
The reality is, while lawyers and (ahem) journalists are pretty much out of the running, it’s hard to predict exactly which job will come with the best work-life balance.
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