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Personalized Work-Life Balancer

Welcome to the Personalized Work-Life Balancer Calculator, where you can find the optimal balance between your work and personal life!

The calculator uses a dynamic formula that considers different factors that determine how many hours you should ideally be working in a week based on different aspects of your life, such as age, family commitments, health, social life, and education:

Age: Your age is an important aspect. The older you get the less hours you should work and if you're younger than 20, the calculator suggests fewer work hours. If you're below 16, it advises against working. 

Number of Kids: Having children requires time and commitment. The calculator reduces suggested work hours based on the number of kids you have.

Number of Other Dependents: Similar to having kids, having other dependents also requires time. This is factored into the calculation.

Number of Close Friends: Social support is vital for well-being. If you have fewer than three close friends, the calculator suggests reducing work hours to give you time to socialize and build a support network. If you have 3 friends or more, it will not be factored into the calculation because you already have a support network but you still need to dedicate time to maintain these relationships from whatever free time you have outside the suggested work hours. 

Body Mass Index (BMI): Your health is crucial. If your BMI is outside the healthy range (18-25), the calculator suggests fewer work hours to allow time for exercise and self-care. BMI calculator below for your reference:









Commute Time: The time spent commuting can be tiring and contribute to a lack of personal time. The calculator takes this into account.

Spousal Status: Having a spouse can mean additional commitments. The calculator considers this in the suggestion.

University Attendance: If you’re a full-time university student, the calculator suggests a maximum of 18 work hours per week. For part-time students, the suggestion is 25 hours max. Other factors you apply can further reduce these hours. 

Please note that the Work Hours Suggestion Calculator provides recommendations based on general considerations. Individual circumstances can vary, so use this tool as a guide and not as an absolute directive.

Balance Your Time, Thrive in Life!

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