CoworkingCafe conducted a new study analyzing the top 100 largest U.S. cities and their overall ability to foster a healthy work/life balance. Analysts focused on economic, cultural, and infrastructural factors that had an intricate impact on psychological influences across citizens. Raleigh represented the Southeast at the No. 4 spot thanks to the exceptionally good wages of the Research Triangle region. The median annual income of $72,996 paired well with the city’s relatively low cost of living. Raleigh’s stats also showed that about 17% of the workforce works remotely – the highest share out of all 100 cities assessed. Read more about the key findings here.