Females increasingly earning more than male partner but they are still largely uninsured, study shows
Despite the number of female breadwinners increasing 30% in the space of a year, they are still being called upon to do the majority of household chores - four times more likely than their male counterparts - the latest LifeSearch Wealth, Health and Happiness report (released soon) has found. Almost half (45%) of the UK's female breadwinners said they also do the majority of the housework in cohabiting households, while just one in eight (12%) male breadwinners say it is on them. The report also...
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