Employment and domestic and family work

Full indicator name: Total professional, domestic and family workload

Definitions

Domestic and family work: unpaid work carried out within the household (meals, washing, cleaning, shopping, manual work, looking after pets and plants, administrative tasks, looking after children and adults, etc.).

Employment: hours spent working during the week prior to the interview.

Average number of hours spent per week on professional activity and on domestic and family workload: Permanent resident population aged 15 to 64.

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