Denmark has best work-life balance for expats in the world

The finding showed that 76 percent of expat respondents in Denmark were satisfied with their work-life balance, while 82 percent were happy with their working hours. With just 39.7 hours per week, expats working full time in Denmark have the shortest working week out of the top 10 countries with a great work-life balance,” InterNations remarked. “Maybe it’s that benefit which attracts highly educated expats: close to half the respondents in Denmark have a master’s degree or similar. Additionally, twelve percent hold a PhD (vs. 6 percent globally), which is – together with Sweden – the highest share out of the featured top 10.” Bahrain was ranked second behind Denmark, followed by Norway, the Czech Republic and New Zealand. - CPH Post -



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