|Title||Women's Lives through Statistics in 2015|
- Time use and awareness of females
□ Females aged 10 or more spent 11 hours and 16 minutes on personal necessary activities, which occupied
46.9 percent of the total 24 hours. They spent 8 hours and 4 minutes on obligatory activities, which occupied
33.6 percent of the total 24 hours. And they spent 4 hours and 40 minutes on leisure activities, which
occupied 19.4 percent of the total 24 hours.
□ Females in their forties spent the longest time on paid work. Females in their thirties spent the longest time on
household activities and family care.
□ Married females spent 1 hour and 49 minutes more than single ones household activities and family care. Married
females aged 30 or more spent more than 4 hours on household activities and family care.
□ Females in dual income households spent more than 2 hours longer than females in single income households
(by husbands) on obligatory activities. Because of this deferred housework on weekdays, time spent on household
activities and family care over the weekends was longer than time spent on the weekdays.
□ Females who didn't live together with their spouses spent 51 minutes longer on paid work. They spent
5 minutes less on household activities and family care.
□ Females with preschool children spent 3 hours and 5 minutes more on household activities and family care. They
spent 1 hour and 43 minutes less on leisure activities.
□ As for housework sharing, females' satisfaction level was lower than males' satisfaction level. In particular, females in
their forties, females with higher educational attainment, or married females showed the higher dissatisfaction level.
□ In 2014, Korean females spent 2 hours and 27 minutes on household activities. They spent 1 hour and 56 minutes
more than males did (31 minutes).
- Women's Lives through Statistics in 2015
[ Population ]
□ (Marriage and divorce)
[ Health ]
□ (Health management)
□ (Smoking and drinking)
□ (Cause of death)
[ Economic activities ]
□ (Employment-population ratio)
□ (Employed persons)
□ (Social insurance)
[ Social status ]
□ (College enrollment rate)
□ (Medical sector)
□ (Lawmakers and local council members)
[ Balance between work and family life ]
□ (Child care facilities)
□ (Child-care leave)
□ (Dual income households)
□ (Career breaks)
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