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Glassdoor's list of top jobs for work-life balance is based entirely on workers' feedback.

If you feel overwhelmed trying to find a healthy balance between work and your personal life, you’re not alone.

America is by-and-large a country of worker bees. Americans spend roughly 38.6 hours in the office a week, which leaves little time for fun or family. Plus, less than half of American workers took a vacation this past summer.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. Career website Glassdoor recently released a list of the 29 best jobs for work-life balance. The list is based entirely on feedback the site has received from workers over the past year.

Glassdoor says these are the 14 top-ranked jobs for workers seeking a balance between their jobs and their lives. The average work-life balance rating on Glassdoor is 3.2. The number of job openings reflects active job listings on Glassdoor as of Sept. 15:

Corporate Recruiter

  • Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.1
  • Median Salary: $65,000
  • Number of Job Openings: 1,269

UX Designer

  • Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.1
  • Median Salary: $95,000
  • Number of Job Openings: 1,139

Data Scientist

  • Work-Life Balance Rating: 4
  • Median Salary: $112,000
  • Number of Job Openings: 2,106

Strategy Manager

  • Work-Life Balance Rating: 4
  • Median Salary: $110,487
  • Number of Job Openings: 595

UI Designer

  • Work-Life Balance Rating: 4
  • Median Salary: $84,500
  • Number of Job Openings: 615

Recruiting Coordinator

  • Work-Life Balance Rating: 4
  • Median Salary: $48,000
  • Number of Job Openings: 604

Technical Account Manager

  • Work-Life Balance Rating: 4
  • Median Salary: $75,000
  • Number of Job Openings: 1,035

Mobile Developer

  • Work-Life Balance Rating: 4
  • Median Salary: $101,318
  • Number of Job Openings: 2,074

Devops Engineer

  • Work-Life Balance Rating: 4
  • Median Salary: $110,000
  • Number of Job Openings: 1,536

Research Engineer

  • Work-Life Balance Rating: 3.9
  • Median Salary: $103,029
  • Number of Job Openings: 483

Marketing Analyst

  • Work-Life Balance Rating: 3.9
  • Median Salary: $65,000
  • Number of Job Openings: 3,033

Scrum Master

  • Work-Life Balance Rating: 3.9
  • Median Salary: $89,428
  • Number of Job Openings: 686

Substitute Teacher

  • Work-Life Balance Rating: 3.9
  • Median Salary: $25,178
  • Number of Job Openings: 420

Library Assistant

  • Work-Life Balance Rating: 3.9
  • Median Salary: $28,929
  • Number of Job Openings: 356

Click here to see Glassdoor’s complete list of 29 jobs.

Glassdoor says reporters, mental health therapists and tax accountants are three jobs where work-life balance needs some improvement.

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