The pressures on men to be breadwinners and women to be housewives have been on their way out over the years, but a government study shows they’re still far from gone.
Employed men work an average of 42 minutes per day more than their female counterparts, according to the 2015 American Time Use Study by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. And while that’s partially due to more women working part-time jobs than men, even among full-time employees men worked 8.2 hours per day compared to women’s 7.8 hours.
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