New Survey Finds Workers Want Flexible Jobs

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Over 99% reported that a flexible job would make them a happier person in general and benefit their personal health.

In anticipation of Valentine’s Day, FlexJobs conducted a Work-Life-Relationship survey which asked over 1,200 respondents a variety of questions about how their work life impacts their mental and physical health, relationships, stress levels, work-life balance, and more. According to the results, flexible work arrangements could have a positive effect on personal health and well-being, as well as interpersonal relationships. Additionally, management was found to influence how employees view work-life balance.

“As our survey demonstrates, those in leadership roles influence how their employees

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