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Household Labor & fatherhood

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An Unequal Division of Labor

Most working mothers return home to a second shift of unpaid housework and caregiving after their official workday ends. When paid work, household labor, and child care are combined, working mothers spend more time working than fathers.

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The Mother of All Jobs: How to Have Children and a Career and Stay Sane(ish)

It’s time for a different conversation about working and parenting. As our working days get ever longer and our phones keep so many of us glued to work, the needs of our children and the world of school and childcare has not changed at all.

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How to Divide Chores Among Your Kids

Dividing chores among your kids in an organized and effective fashion is important for their development and important for your sanity as a parent.

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Even Breadwinning Wives Don’t Get Equality at Home

When Americans think about fixing gender equality, they tend to focus on the workplace. But gender equality for women still lags in another realm: their own houses.

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It’s Time to Make ‘Women’s Work’ Everyone’s Work

Anne-Marie Slaughter, the author of Why Women Still Can’t Have It All, says that the missing factor in the women’s movement is an emphasis on caregiving policies. Work, for the most part, is stratified into to separate categories: caregiving and breadwinning.

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How to Divide Household Chores Without Hating Your Partner

An uneven balance of household workload between you and a spouse or partner can cause resentment and additional tension. There are some creative ways to divide up those household chores and help create harmony in the home.

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