Besides Touring Kansas City, You Can Work Here Too

Kansas City, Missouri

If you’re planning to venture out to a specific tourism place for both relaxation and to work as well, then look no farther than Kansas City, Missouri in the United States. For the time being, Americans needn’t bother with a visa to get to the No. 1 worldwide city to take a working get-away.

Kansas City, Missouri, was named the best city in the world to work during the day and explore late night without using a lot of your PTO time, as indicated by a new research from Icelandair.

Kansas City — known for its grill, jazz scene and for having a greater number of wellsprings than numerous cities including Rome — is home to attractions including The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kauffman Stadium, Worlds of Fun and a clamoring downtown.

It dominates the list of 115 international cities in the ranking, which were picked due to their conspicuousness in the tourism industry and accessibility of “slow” travel choices.

Tourist attractions aside, the Icelandair ranking considers metrics that paint a picture of each city’s quality of life (like cost of living, safety, health-care access), how easy it is to work there (internet speed, average working hours, commute time), environmental factors (climate index, noise and light pollution, air quality) and data from the United Nations’ World Happiness Report.

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Meanwhile, check out the top 10 best worldwide cities to take a working get-away, as per Icelandair.

Kansas City, United States
Vienna, Austria
Wellington, New Zealand
Copenhagen, Denmark
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Victoria, Canada
Perth, Australia
Frankfurt, Germany
Brisbane, Australia
Helsinki, Finland

In the mean time, some 61% of Americans who took a working excursion in 2021 didn’t believe them to be “valid” get-aways, as per Expedia’s most recent Vacation Deprivation investigation of 14,500 working grown-ups across 16 countries. And 72% of people who worked through their vacation reported feeling more burned out than ever.

The Icelandair report recommends travelers find balance by connecting with nature, staying active and practicing mindfulness while on vacation. For days you’re working, take mini-breaks from devices and find an accountability buddy who can help you prioritize your rest, whether they’re a remote colleague or a travel partner.

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