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VALUE OF HOUSEWORK

     Britain's housewives are worth up to £739 BILLION a year, a new report reveals. That's what all the cooking, cleaning and shopping would earn them if the chores were a paid job.
     Looking after the home is far more time-consuming than paid work, says the survey of how 2,000 adults divide their time.
 
Washing

     Domestics chores take up an average of four hours 40 minutes a day.
     That compares with an average of just three hours 34 minutes of paid work - including commuting time.
     Women still shoulder the bulk of the housework, survey found.
     Slaving over the hot stove, washing machine, cooker and vacuum cleaner takes up nearly five hours of their daily time.
     Men put in just half that time around the home - including DIY*,
     And women do eight times as much washing and mending as their partners.
    They also spend one hour 26 minutes minding the kids, over an hour cooking, one hour 10 minutes cleaning and 45 minutes shopping. Men manage just 55 minutes with the children, 28 minutes in the kitchen, 43 minutes cleaning and 26 minutes shopping.
     But they spend far longer in work - an average three hours 32 minutes compared with two hours seven minutes for women.

Sleeping

     The figures are based on what people do on weekdays, weekends and holidays.
     On an average day, we spend 37 per cent of our time sleeping and resting and 27 per cent on leisure and eating. Unpaid work takes up 20 per cent of our time, paid employment 12 per cent and other activities four per cent.
     The Office for National Statistics, which carried out the survey, said the true value of housework is at last being recognised.
    Their spokesman said: "Every time a person digs the garden or goes to the supermarket or does the washing up, this is work just as surely as any other. The big difference is that people are not paid for the first three."

(THE MIRROR)

DIY - do it yourself

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Klausimas #2


VALUE OF HOUSEWORK


     Britain's housewives are worth up to £739 BILLION a year, a new report reveals. That's what all the cooking, cleaning and shopping would earn them if the chores were a paid job.
     Looking after the home is far more time-consuming than paid work, says the survey of how 2,000 adults divide their time.
 
Washing

     Domestics chores take up an average of four hours 40 minutes a day.
     That compares with an average of just three hours 34 minutes of paid work - including commuting time.
     Women still shoulder the bulk of the housework, survey found.
     Slaving over the hot stove, washing machine, cooker and vacuum cleaner takes up nearly five hours of their daily time.
     Men put in just half that time around the home - including DIY*,
     And women do eight times as much washing and mending as their partners.
    They also spend one hour 26 minutes minding the kids, over an hour cooking, one hour 10 minutes cleaning and 45 minutes shopping. Men manage just 55 minutes with the children, 28 minutes in the kitchen, 43 minutes cleaning and 26 minutes shopping.
     But they spend far longer in work - an average three hours 32 minutes compared with two hours seven minutes for women.

Sleeping

 

     The figures are based on what people do on weekdays, weekends and holidays.
     On an average day, we spend 37 per cent of our time sleeping and resting and 27 per cent on leisure and eating. Unpaid work takes up 20 per cent of our time, paid employment 12 per cent and other activities four per cent.
     The Office for National Statistics, which carried out the survey, said the true value of housework is at last being recognised.
    Their spokesman said: "Every time a person digs the garden or goes to the supermarket or does the washing up, this is work just as surely as any other. The big difference is that people are not paid for the first three."

(THE MIRROR)

DIY - do it yourself
 
Which statements are true (YES) and which are false (NO)? 
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