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The bar chart below shows the average hours of household work done by women and part time working men.

The given bar graph illustrates the time spent by men and women on household word during the years 1985, 1995 and 2009. Overall, it can be clearly seen from the graph that women, who are not doing any job, utilized more time for household work. Whereas, men consumed least hours for household work who are doing full time job. To begin with, women with no employment spent highest amount of time on household chores. Which was average 7 hour per day. They remained highest in other two given years. Which was around 6 and 7 hours per day. There was a huge different of around three hours can be seen in by comparing working time of part time employed women and full time employed women over the given period. Meanwhile, only 1 hour of work related to home was one by men with full time employment. Number of hours remained similar in 1995 and increases by around 20 minutes bt the year 2005.
The
given
bar graph illustrates the time spent by men and women on household word during the years 1985, 1995 and 2009.
Overall
, it can be
clearly
seen
from the graph that women, who are not doing any job, utilized more time for household work. Whereas, men consumed
least
hours for household work who are doing full time job. To
begin
with, women with no employment spent
highest
amount of time on household chores.
Which
was average 7
hour
per day. They remained highest in other two
given
years. Which was around 6 and 7 hours per day. There was a huge
different
of around three hours can be
seen
in by comparing working time of part time employed women and full time employed women over the
given
period. Meanwhile,
only
1 hour of work related to home was one by men with full time employment. Number of hours remained similar in 1995 and increases by around 20 minutes
bt
the year 2005.

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