Average time spent on unpaid domestic work, women

hours, 1980–2015

Info Edit
Country198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320142015
Albania5.78
Armenia4.93
Austria5.275.205.145.075.004.944.874.804.744.674.604.544.474.404.344.274.204.144.07
Belarus4.47
Belgium4.17
Bulgaria5.024.994.954.924.884.854.814.784.74
Canada4.294.304.314.334.344.354.294.224.164.094.033.963.903.833.773.703.433.162.882.612.34
Denmark3.053.093.133.173.213.253.303.343.383.423.463.503.533.563.593.633.663.693.723.75
Estonia4.944.854.764.674.584.494.404.314.224.134.04
Finland3.933.913.893.873.853.833.813.793.773.753.73
France4.544.484.424.364.304.244.174.114.053.993.93
Germany4.23
Greece4.37
Hungary4.954.934.914.894.874.854.834.814.794.774.75
Italy5.335.295.255.225.185.145.10
Kazakhstan6.946.736.536.325.955.585.214.844.474.10
Kyrgyzstan6.656.466.276.085.895.705.655.605.555.505.455.485.515.555.585.61
Latvia3.93
Lithuania4.48
Luxembourg3.88
Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.)5.705.505.295.094.884.684.604.524.434.354.27
Moldova5.08
Netherlands4.874.794.704.624.534.454.364.284.194.114.024.044.064.094.114.134.114.104.084.074.054.044.044.034.034.024.063.963.853.753.643.54
Norway4.154.104.053.993.943.893.843.793.733.683.633.603.563.533.503.473.433.403.373.333.30
Poland4.754.744.734.724.714.694.684.674.664.65
Portugal5.10
Romania5.475.425.385.335.285.235.195.145.095.045.004.954.90
Serbia4.824.864.904.954.995.03
Slovenia4.95
Spain4.924.874.814.764.714.664.604.55
Sweden4.304.244.174.114.043.983.913.853.783.723.653.623.603.573.543.523.493.463.433.413.38
Switzerland4.854.824.794.754.724.694.694.684.684.674.664.664.654.514.384.244.244.234.23
Turkey5.285.255.225.195.165.125.095.065.035.00
United Kingdom3.53
United States3.753.753.723.653.653.483.583.443.413.413.493.463.54

Time spent in domestic work, female refers to average hours per day that women ages 20-74 spent on housework, child and adult care, gardening and pet care, construction and repairs, shopping and services, and household management.

Source: World Bank