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Career website Glassdoor today released its report on the “Best Jobs for Work-Life Balance.” In the list of the top 25 U.S. jobs, 10 were in tech, more than any other industry.

Glassdoor’s list is ordered by a job score based on a 5-point scale, where 1.0 means very dissatisfied and 5.0 means very satisfied. The firm found work-life balance has decreased in recent years, from 3.5 in 2009, to 3.2 thus far in 2015.

For a job title to be considered, it had to receive at least 75 work-life balance ratings shared by U.S.-based employees over the past year from a minimum of 75 companies. It must also include “work life balance” and/or related terms as a pro in at least 15 percent of reviews submitted to Glassdoor.

Without further ado, here are the U.S. tech jobs that made the cut:

  1. Data Scientist
  2. SEO Manager
  3. UX Designer
  4. Web Developer
  5. Software QA Engineer
  6. Web Designer
  7. Data Analyst
  8. Solutions Engineer
  9. Software Developer
  10. Front End Developer

The first four tech jobs placed in the top 10 of the full list. Data scientist was No. 1 in tech, and it also placed first overall.

Glassdoor’s report is based on what employees anonymously say about their employer. Job openings per job title (normalized to account for similar titles for the same position) were counted by adding up the total number posted on Glassdoor over the past three months.

Here is the full list of 25 best work-life balance jobs in the U.S.:

  1. Data Scientist: 4.2 work-life balance rating, 1,315 job openings, $114,808 average base salary
  2. SEO Manager: 4.1 work-life balance rating, 338 job openings, $45,720 average base salary
  3. Talent Acquisition Specialist: 4.0 work-life balance rating, 1,171 job openings, $63,504 average base salary
  4. Social Media Manager: 4.0 work-life balance rating, 661 job openings, $40,000 average base salary
  5. Substitute Teacher: 3.9 work-life balance rating, 590 job openings, $24,380 average base salary
  6. Recruiting Coordinator: 3.9 work-life balance rating, 446 job openings, $44,700 average base salary
  7. UX Designer: 3.9 work-life balance rating, 338 job openings, $91,440 average base salary
  8. Digital Marketing Manager: 3.9 work-life balance rating, 640 job openings, $70,052 average base salary
  9. Marketing Assistant: 3.8 work-life balance rating, 384 job openings, $32,512 average base salary
  10. Web Developer: 3.8 work-life balance rating, 2,117 job openings, $66,040 average base salary
  11. Risk Analyst: 3.8 work-life balance rating, 208 job openings, $69,088 average base salary
  12. Civil Engineer: 3.8 work-life balance rating, 809 job openings, $65,532 average base salary
  13. Client Manager: 3.8 work-life balance rating, 503 job openings, $71,120 average base salary
  14. Instructional Designer: 3.8 work-life balance rating, 782 job openings, $66,040 average base salary
  15. Marketing Analyst: 3.8 work-life balance rating, 341 job openings, $60,000 average base salary
  16. Software QA Engineer: 3.8 work-life balance rating, 457 job openings, $91,440 average base salary
  17. Web Designer: 3.8 work-life balance rating, 500 job openings, $53,848 average base salary
  18. Research Technician: 3.8 work-life balance rating, 299 job openings, $36,525 average base salary
  19. Program Analyst: 3.7 work-life balance rating, 524 job openings, $71,120 average base salary
  20. Data Analyst: 3.7 work-life balance rating, 1,954 job openings, $58,928 average base salary
  21. Content Manager: 3.7 work-life balance rating, 409 job openings, $60,960 average base salary
  22. Solutions Engineer: 3.7 work-life balance rating, 652 job openings, $92,456 average base salary
  23. Lab Assistant: 3.7 work-life balance rating, 779 job openings, $27,550 average base salary
  24. Software Developer: 3.7 work-life balance rating, 3,330 job openings, $80,000 average base salary
  25. Front End Developer: 3.7 work-life balance rating, 1,337 job openings, $75,000 average base salary