Australian women do more housework: Census
Women still do more housework
Mothers spend 50 per cent more time on domestic chores than fathers
Women still spend an average 50 per cent more time on housework and childcare than men, according to a new survey.
The research, reported in the Telegraph, found that women devote an average 74 hours a week to domestic tasks andchildcare, compared to 53 hours per week for men.
However, the results are skewed by the amount of time devoted to these tasks by full-time mothers, who spend an average 82 hours per week on household jobs. Women who work full time devote 55 hours tochoresand childcare.
The research was carried out by the insurer Legal and General, who estimates it would cost £32,812 to pay for thedomesticwork the average woman performs.
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