The Bar Chart Below Shows the Average Duration of Housework Women Did

The bar chart below shows the average duration of housework women did (unemployed, part-time employed, and full-time) when compared to men who had full-time work in the UK between 1985 and 2005. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The bar chart below shows the average duration of housework women did

The bar chart illustrates in the UK the housework hours duration compared with women’s and the man with full-time work in the year of 1985,1995,2005.

Every year unemployed women’s spend more time on housework. In the years 1985 and 2005 it was 7 hours, but in the year 1995, it was down to 6.5. The next category is women with part-time employment. In the year of 1985the women with part-time employment spent 5.5 on housework but in the year 1995 it was down to 5 hours, but it was changed at the year of 2005 was marked as 6.

The women with full-time employment spent lower hours on housework. In the year 1985, it was 2 hours and 1995 it was dropped to 1.5 hours, but in the year 2005, it took phenomenal growth that was 2.5. In the case of with full-time employment in the year of 1985 and 1995 the house spent on housework was constant that was 1 hour. But in the case of 2005, it was changed and the hours was 1.5.

Overall, unemployed women’s are spent more time on house works, and men with full-time employment spend lower time on house works.

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