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work-life bal·ance

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  1. work-life balancenoun

    The relative importance of work and personal life to a particular individual.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of work-life balance in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of work-life balance in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of work-life balance in a Sentence

  1. Mary Turner:

    We are not on strike for our wages. We're fighting for the ability to have some say over our profession and the work life balance.

  2. Lissa Minkin:

    Not having a long commute makes a huge positive impact on maintaining a healthy work-life balance.

  3. De Neve:

    Work-life balance, job variety and the level of autonomy are other significant drivers, there is a clear distinction in happiness between white and blue collar jobs with managers or professionals evaluating the quality of their lives at a much higher level than those in manual labor jobs even controlling for any possible confounding factors.

  4. Sarah Hansen:

    It's fair to say the [ pandemic ] played a role, a lot of the goals that we have were thrown into a clearer light once we were working from home and everybody's work-life balance got destroyed.

  5. Sandra Colton-Medici:

    If I had to grade myself with how I’m dealing with their time off from school and me balancing that thing that people call work-life balance, I would probably say I’m giving myself a 10 for effort and like a six for like completion, i know that there’s going to be something that I’ve missed.

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    restricted to a particular condition of life
    • A. blur
    • B. obligate
    • C. interrogate
    • D. attend

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