Getting the right combination of work and life can be a tricky balancing act.
And let's be honest, there are some jobs out there which are better than others when it comes to tipping the scales in a favourable direction.
In fact, the work-life balance for workers is gradually getting worse, according to data from Glassdoor. Back in 2009, the collective rating was 3.5 on a scale from one (dissatisfied) to five (very satisfied). Fast forward to 2015, and it's fallen to 3.2.
But if you're looking to recalibrate your work and life, then perhaps a career as a web developer is for you. The job is the highest-scoring for work-life balance of any position in the UK.
Or perhaps you're already in one of the top jobs for work-life balance? If you're a business analyst, marketing executive or a researcher then you're in luck.
Check out the top 20 jobs based for work-life balance below.
|Job||Work-life balance rating||Salary|
|Senior business analyst||3.8||£48,000|
|Senior software engineer||3.6||£45,000|