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It’s time for women to quit housework (again)

In the United States, the average woman spends so much more time on chores than the average man that to equalise the load, women would have to quit the housework entirely on Sept 5 for the remainder of the year.

And that represents progress: The gender gap in chores narrowed a bit from last year, when women would have had to quit on Aug 29, a day I dubbed “Equal Housework Day”.

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