'Understanding Society' study finds women balancing work with domestic duties
Research based on data from 20,000 UK adults has revealed that women who work longer than 55 hours a week are more likely to suffer from depression than those who work 35 to 40 hours - however men working long hours are not. The ‘Understanding Society: the household longitudinal study', which has tracked family life and society since 2009, found that women working longer hours were 7.3% more prone to depression than those who work standard hours, whereas men who put in the same hours are not affected....
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