The Peach State’s poorer day-care systems, higher gender pay gap and lower female executive-to-male executive ratio helped it fall to the bottom of the pack. The state was also No. 51 overall for work-life balance.
But Georgia wasn’t the only one in the South to rank low. South Carolina was No. 41, Mississippi was No. 46 and Alabama was No. 51.
Want to know how the other cities fared? Here’s a map of the findings:
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