What do the best places to live and work have in common?
Look for areas to live where people are always learning new things.
Seek out workplaces where employees are treated as partners, not underlings.
These were characteristics that the best places to live and work had in common.
Gallup says the Pacific, West, and West North Central regions of the United States currently score highest in those categories.
Learning something new and interesting daily is an important psychological need and one of the most prevalent attributes that people in communities with high wellbeing have in common. A key element in work environment wellbeing, being treated as a partner rather than as an underling lays a foundation for higher employee engagement and productivity, as well as better emotional and physical health.
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