Print Edition: Feb. 22, 2015
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BY John Lilly
Women feel more rushed than men even when they have more free time from
their jobs, household work and childrearing, sociologists say. In a recent
study, some 39% of women said they always
feel rushed. “The meaning of free time for men’s and women’s lives is quite
different,” said Liana Sayer of Ohio State University, commenting on the data.
“To ease time pressure, women need more free time that is not combined with
other activities or responsibilities.”
Source: Journal of
Marriage and Family.
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