A big goal for all of us is to achieve a "work-life balance," which means striking a balance between the time dedicated to work and and the time dedicated to your personal life.

Well, according to the employment website Glassdoor, here’s a rundown of the best jobs you can have to help you achieve that magical work-life balance.

  1. Data Scientist
  2. SEO Manager
  3. Talent Acquisition Specialist
  4. Social Media Manager
  5. Substitute Teacher
  6. Recruiting Coordinator
  7. User Experience Designer
  8. Digital Marketing Manager
  9. Marketing Assistant
  10. Web Developer

From the list, it looks like the most important thing that seems to help your quest for this work-life balance is the job has something to do with tech.

Other than jobs like Substitute Teacher and Recruiting Coordinator, these are all jobs that let you sit down and bang away on your computer, whether you’re at home or at the office, and then let you get on with your life. (Ask Men)