The first chart below shows the percentages of women and men in a country involved in some kinds of home tasks (cooking, cleaning, pet caring, and repairing the house). The second chart shows the amount of time each gender spent on each task per day.
The first graph illustrates the proportions of males and females in a nation engaging in certain household chores, whereas the second chart demonstrates the amount of time each gender spent on each task daily.
It is noticeable that the figures for cooking and cleaning are highest for both men and women. Also, people in both genders spend the least amount of time on house repairs.
The proportion of men involved in cooking is highest, at 60% while the opposite is true for house repairs, at only about 18%. Similarly, 82% of women do cooking, as opposed to about 8% for house repair work. Males doing cleaning work at home make up 40%, and the figure is 22% lower than that for women doing the same chore. Around 20% of men and women are involved in pet care.
Men spend an hour daily on cooking and 45 minutes on house cleaning. The amounts of time males spend on pet care and house repairs do not exceed 20 minutes per day. About women, they spend most of their time cooking, about 85 minutes, whereas the converse holds true for house repairs, only 5 minutes every day. About an hour is spent on cleaning work by women, which is around three times as much as pet care chore.
it’s a solid 7.5 + overall