Who works the most, men or women?

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4 Responses

  1. Sam says:

    Back to the other question, how many people actually did answer ‘Jedi’ at the 2011 census?

  2. Matthew Deacon says:

    I think that is the best blog I have ever read at .id. Very nice work GC. Very interesting and also thought provoking.

    I’m sure you do your fair share of domestic work when you are not interstate!

  3. Janet Congues says:

    And in terms of domestic work, what is the percentage for everyday chores and chores that only need to be completed once or twice a week or even fortnightly? Is that still a stereotypical split? In which case (and yes, my assumption) I would suggest that men get away with doing domestic chores when they feel like it or when they can fit it in – like on the weekends. People doing ‘daily’ chores don’t have such luxury!

  4. Chantelle says:

    So men do more of the paid work and women do more of the work that is not only not paid but also rarely appreciated. Then when they get divorced/split-up, he takes his fine superan with him and leaves her with the kids.

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