If it's a typical week, we'll have less than a half hour of free time and we'll push ten important things to the back burner because we have trouble squeezing them all in. That's what happens to most people across the country, but does Boise fall in line with that?
Living in Boise means you've got pretty good odds of having an understanding boss who lets you leave work early to catch your son's baseball game or take your daughter to swim lessons. There are other ways too that the Treasure Valley proves it offers a good work-life balance.
In addition to checking email every six minutes and switching back and forth among thirty applications, we do this 134 times every day at work without even thinking about it. This right-click maneuver is so routine, we really could do it in our sleep.
If you feel like you're constantly on the go with very little downtime, you must be an Idahoan. When it's broken down state-by-state, Idaho is the worst in the nation when it comes to using our vacation time. The worst!
First of all, thank you for listening at work. You know I love you and consider you to be a fantastic co-worker and it's with your well-being in mind that I say what I'm about to say. If your job requires you to sit a lot, it could kill you. This is a lil scary!
First of all, congrats to all of you at Boise State who are about to graduate. We know how much work went into getting that degree, and we'll be high fiving you tomorrow (May 5th) as you get your diplomas. If you're getting a degree in one of these areas, you can make big bucks right away…