March 14, 2013

Modern Parenthood Slideshow

How it adds up for spouses in dual-income families

In most two-parent households today, both parents work at least part time. Mothers and fathers in these dual-income households spend a comparable amount of time working each week, when paid work, child care and housework are combined. Similar to all mothers and fathers, on average, working moms in these households do more housework and child care than working dads.