Where In The World Do Men Do The Most Housework?

February 26th, 2015
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from Felix Richter, Statista.com
by Niall McCarthy

Where in the world do men do the most housework?

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According to figures extrapolated by Quartz from Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development data, Slovenia tops the list. Men there do 114 minutes of housework every day on average, just ahead of Denmark where they put in a shift of 107 minutes at home.

In the United States, men manage 82 minutes of housework per day while British men commit just over an hour of their day to duties at home. When it comes to chores, Indian men are some of the very worst in the world, only managing a mere 19 minutes per day. That comes as little surprise - India only managed 114th place on the World Economic Forum's gender gap report for 2014.

Average minutes per day spent by men on unpaid housework.

Infographic: Where In The World Do Men Do The Most Housework?  | Statista
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