Madison, WI in the news
Midwest Dominates List of Best Cities for Mental Health & Work/Life Balance
Madison, Wis., had the shortest average work week on the list at 36.6 hours. Additionally, healthcare coverage here stood at 96%, which was also one of the best standings nationally. Then, Lincoln, Neb., closed out the podium, scoring well for its affordability, commute times and composite mental health indicator.
Atlanta, St. Louis & Tampa Top List of the Best 20 U.S. Cities for Hybrid Work
The Wisconsin economy is not as dominated by “remote-capable” industries as other states are, and it has shown a level of remote and hybrid work adoption that was at or below the national average. Even so, the state capital has earned a place among the top 10 U.S. cities for hybrid workers.