|Title||2015 Work and Family Balance Indicators|
- The number of child care facilities (day care centers and kindergartens) and children using child care facilities showed a
- Awareness of work and family balance system showed an increasing trend.
- The housework hours of men in double-income households increased by 3 minutes compared to 5 years ago.
The housework hours of women in double-income households decreased by 6 minutes compared to 5 years ago.
- 47.5 percent of Koreans thought that husbands and wives should share their housework equally. In reality, 16.4 percent
of husbands shared housework equally.
- Paternity and maternity leave showed an increasing trend.
- As for double income households, women who don't live together with their spouse worked 30 minutes longer than those
who live together with their spouse.
- The number of persons using working hours reduction in childcare period showed a continuous increase.
- The labor force participation rate and the employment-population ratio of married women showed a continuously
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