Mom and Dad: How they spend their weekdays (1965 vs 2011)

In: Culture Employment History

31 May 2013

Things have changed quite a bit, but is anyone (including the children) happier or better off?

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sunny-dee

June 6th, 2013 at 8:46 pm

I don’t know who is calculating the numbers, but I just can’t believe that mothers spend *more* time with their kids. Unless they count the drive to daycare as time with their kids. Most mothers I know don’t spend anywhere near 2 solid hours a day with their children — a very not good thing.

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Beth (@DataGeekB)

June 9th, 2013 at 7:52 pm

Do you know the source of the data? American Time Use Survey (which I don’t think has family status…)? Some other source? I’d be curious to know where the work-week stats came from…

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