Women

By October 20, 2010Articles

Women

Despite many more women now in full-time jobs, a new study reveals females are doing 82 per cent of Domestic Cleaning as well.

The poll by Miele, a manufacturer of domestic appliances, suggests the bulk of housework is being left to women, with only eight per cent of male partners sharing chores equally, the Daily Mail reports.

Furthermore, 15 per cent of men quizzed claimed cleaning is “too much hard work” for them, although one in three gents wants their home clean “at all times”.

According to the survey, more than one in three adults under the age of 24 claim their parents still act as cleaners for them.

Meanwhile, two per cent of those polled say they pay professional cleaners, while 12 per cent admitted to covering a stained floor rather than acquiring carpet cleaning services.

“People today don’t have enough time on their hands and finding the time for household chores is difficult,” Nicky Youngjohns of Miele suggested.

In related news, Miele recently announced it is working with the Slow Food UK movement to promote greater understanding of taste, quality and production in the country.

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