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57 percent of professionals consider work-life balance the most important goal for the New Year

Available Online http://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/industries/t...
Publication Date December 21, 2007
Author Business Wire
Source Fox News
Source Type Press Release
Summary

Focuses on the results of a survey conducted by Beyond.com. More than 5,000 respondents took part in the survey. The results revealed that 57% of professionals desire a better work-life balance in 2008. The results revealed that the next closest response was furthering education at 18%, while 16% said staying organized, and 10% indicated that improving relationships was their top priority. The results highlight the growing desire to achieve work-life balance within professional fields.

Keywords work-life balance, professionals, survey
Reference

Business Wire (2007, December 21). 57 percent of professionals consider work-life balance the most important goal for the New Year. Fox News [Online]. Retrieved December 27, 2007, from www.foxbusiness.com.

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