Men, well paid, less help women at home

Researchers from the University of Warwick found: housework in most families lie on the shoulders of women. And it does not depend on the level of earnings of women and busy at work. It was also found that men receiving a good salary, less often act as assistants to the household. Data published by Psych Central.

Interestingly, at high income men recognize that women really need help around the house. However, their domestic obligations to fulfill the want not all. A good salary is the reason, rather, to pay for maid service. And this in the context of a commitment to equality.

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A surprising conclusion reached by scientists from the Institute Juan March. It turned out the men, performing household duties, have significantly less sexual than others. A pair of dividing household chores, according to scientists, more like brothers and sisters.

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