Duh! Study finds working mothers spend less time cooking and with the kids than stay-at-home moms
Researchers have confirmed what U.S. families have known for years - mothers who juggle work and kids have less time to cook, shop and play with their children than their stay-at-home counterparts.
The study, by Cornell University in New York, found mothers who don't do paid work spend 6.8 hours each day doing chores around the home and entertaining their little ones.
And while women who work a full-time job on top of being a mother spend less time cooking, shopping and playing, the activities still take up 4.6 hours of their busy day.
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