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work-life balance

noun [S or U] ( also work/life balance)
 
 
WORKPLACE
the amount of time you spend doing your job compared with the amount of time you spend with your family and doing things you enjoy: Men have low expectations of securing a better work-life balance. Smart employers know that workers who have a good work/life balance are more dependable, loyal, and productive.
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