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work-life balance

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwork-life balanceˌwork-ˈlife ˌbalance noun [uncountable]  the ability to give a sensible amount of time and effort to your work and to your life outside work, for example to your family or to other interests You can’t have a proper work-life balance if you’re in the office for 12 hours a day.From Longman Business Dictionarywork-life balanceˌwork-ˈlife ˌbalance noun [uncountable] a situation in which you are able to give the right amount of time and effort to your work and to your personal life outside work, for example to your family or to other interestsYou can’t have a proper work-life balance if you’re in the office for 12 hours a day!
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