Source: Fast Company Magazine On:
P&G Spain found that 71% of women carry the bulk of household logistics and decision-making compared to only 12% of men.
It is 2019, people. We no longer live in the June and Ward Cleaver era (or at least we shouldn’t) and couples of all varieties are finding the right balance for what works for them when it comes to household responsibilities. Whatever the dynamics, most of us understand and aim to make sure the burdens of life organization are shared equally. But a new study from P&G Spain says that even while the actual chores or household jobs–dishes, laundry, child care, etc.–may be split up, the burden of logistics and decision-making is still overwhelmingly shouldered by women.