One of the issues facing women as they take on more of the breadwinning roles outside the home is that of housework.
While there are some traditional gender roles changing with regard to career and housework, there is still a gap. Even though women are starting to catch up to men in terms of number of hours spent doing paid work, they are still doing a higher proportion of the housework. A recent Pew study pointed this out, and Sheryl Sandberg addressed the issue in her book Lean In.
So, with both parents working, how do you divide up the housework?
(click here to continue reading…)