Oslo took the crown as the city with the most holistic work-life
balance, followed by Bern and Helsinki, according to a 2022 study on
modern work culture by mobile access technology company Kisi.
The top 10 cities with the most work-life balance were mostly located
in Europe, with the exception of Ottawa (7th) and Sydney (8th).
Conversely, Cape Town, Dubai and Kuala Lumpur ranked the lowest.
While Singapore took the middle ground for work-life balance, at the
45th position out of 100 cities, the country came in first with the
greatest number of jobs that can be performed remotely (52.06%).
This was followed by Washington (49.77%) and Austin (45.51%).
Bangkok, Sao Paulo and Cape Town had the lowest percentage of remote
Cities with the most overworked population comprises Dubai, Hong Kong
and Kuala Lumpur. On the other hand, inhabitants of Amsterdam, Buenos
Aires and Sydney overwork the least (under 10%).
Kisi shortlisted 100 in-demand metropolises known for attracting
professionals and families for the work opportunities, and analysed
factors based on work intensity, institutional support, legislation, and
liveability, among others.
See the full list here.