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Bellingham top ten place for work-life balance

Bellingham top ten place for work-life balance

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KGMI News Reporting
By Karen Taylor

BELLINGHAM, Wash. – Bellingham ranks in the top ten of a new study on work-life balance.

Nerdwallet.com took 2012 U.S. census data and put together a list of cities with the best to worst work-life balance.

The study looked at commute times, rent, weekly hours worked, and the average annual full-time earnings.

Bellingham received a score that earned it the number nine spot, less than a point behind Eugene, Oregon.

Bloomington, Indiana topped the list at number one.

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