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The Numbers: - Number of teens who reported doing daily housework: 4 of 10. - Average amount of time a Canadian teen spends doing housework, in…

The Numbers:

– Number of teens who reported doing daily housework: 4 of 10.

– Average amount of time a Canadian teen spends doing housework,

in minutes: 23.

– Average amount of time a Canadian adult spends doing housework,

in minutes: 118.

– Percentage of girls who participated in housework, circa 1986: 53.

– Percentage of girls who participate today: 43.

– Percentage of boys who participated in housework, circa 1986: 33.

– Percentage today: 36.

– Average number of hours a Canadian teenage girl spends doing homework every week: 10.3.

– Average number of hours a Canadian teenage boy spends doing the same: 8.1.

– Average number of daily hours teenage girls spent doing paid and

unpaid work: 7.5.

– Average number of daily hours boys spent doing the same: 6.7.

– Average Canadian teen’s workweek,

in hours: 50.

– Average workweek for an adult

aged 20-64: 50.

– Pecentage of teens who consider

themselves workaholics: 16.

– Percentage who cut sleep to get

things done: 64.

– Percentage who felt pressure to accomplish more than they can handle: 39.

– Percentage of stressed teens who reported being happy: 45.

– Percentage of non-stressed teens who reported being happy: 72.

– Rank of Canadian teens in terms of time spent on paid and unpaid work among teens in Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development countries: 1.

– Rank of Belgium: 2.

– Rank of the US: 3.

– Rank of Germany: 9.

– Number of OECD countries

so ranked: 9.