Achieving a healthy work-life balance is a top priority for most people. And there are some countries that promote a better culture of that than others.

A survey by InterNations, the world’s largest network for people who live and work abroad, rated 43 different aspects of life abroad on a scale of 1-7.

One of the sub-indexes looked at work-life balance.

The survey said that “although there is no direct correlation between long working hours and dissatisfaction with work-life balance.”

For example, France has the second-shortest working week in the world with 41 hours on average, but it didn’t feature at the top of the charts.

So it was interesting to see how those some people who worked longer hours were actually the most satisfied in their situation because they still got solid job security as well as time to have extra-curricular activities.

We took a look at the top 13: