As University of British Columbia Social Work professor Edward Kruk reports,
On average, mothers who work outside the home devote 11.1 hours to direct child care tasks per week; fathers devote 10.5 hours, a 51%/49% split of child care tasks. Although working longer hours outside the home than mothers, young fathers spend an average of 4.3 hours per day with their children, only 45 minutes less than mothers.
Those figures are taken from American time use surveys.
Monday, February 20, 2012
Citing the American Time Use Survey again
As seen on F&F: