Why Copenhagen is the best city for work life balance

why copenhagen is the best city for work life balance

why copenhagen is the best city for work life balance

Last updated on September 25th, 2023 at 03:55 pm

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is the best city in the world for work-life balance, according to a Forbes Advisor study. Forbes Advisor has recently released a report about the top ten cities in the world for work-life balance.

Reportedly, most cities in the top 10 list were in European countries. The only non-European country on the top 10 list of best countries for work-life balance is Auckland in New Zealand.

Top 10 cities with the best work-life balance and their scores 

10. Belfast, Ireland

Score out of 100: 57

9. Edinburgh, Scotland

Score out of 100: 57.1

8. Vienna, Austria

Score out of 100: 58.5

7. Reykjavik, Iceland

Score out of 100: 58.7

6. Gothenburg, Sweden

Score out of 100: 60.7

5. Auckland, New Zealand

Score out of 100: 62.7

4. Oslo, Norway

Score out of 100: 63.2

3. Stockholm, Sweden

Score out of 100: 64.8

2. Helsinki, Finland

Score out of 100: 65.1

1. Copenhagen, Denmark

Score out of 100: 70.5

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Why Copenhagen is the best city for work life balance

Copenhagen is known for healthy work-life balance. Copenhagen offers good work-life balance with a competitive salary. The capital of Denmark has an overall average salary of $44,474, as reported by CNBC.

The city’s happiness rating is 7.6 out of 10. The Danish capital gives importance to a healthy lifestyle. Relaxing and enjoying life’s quieter pleasures are important for people in Copenhagen. 

Many companies in the city offer flexible working hours and five week minimum annual leave to their employees. Unemployment rates are also lower in the city. 

The city is known for food and drink spots, museums, excursions, boat tours and castles. It is one of the world’s most sustainable cities. Companies offer employment opportunities to young people. 

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