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Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Multiple jobholders were more likely to work on an average weekend day than were single jobholders percent, compared with 30 percent.
These data include the average amount of time per day in that individuals worked, did household activities, and engaged in leisure and sports activities.
Additionally, measures of the average time per day spent providing childcare--both as a primary or main activity and while doing other things--for the combined years are provided. Working by Employed Persons in --Many more people worked on weekdays than on weekend days: They were also more likely to work on an average weekend day percent, compared with 30 percent.
Employed persons spent more time working at the workplace than at home Workers with an advanced degree also were more likely to work on an average day than were those with a high school diploma percent, compared with 68 percent. The share of full-time employed workers performing work at home rose from 18 percent per day in to 24 percent inand remained relatively flat from to They performed 29 minutes per day less work for pay than employed women living in households with older children.
However, even among full-time workers those usually working 35 hours or more per weekmen worked more per day than women-- 8. Household Activities in --On an average day, 84 percent of women and 68 percent of men spent some time doing household activities such as housework, cooking, lawn care, or financial and other household management.
Forty-six percent of men did food preparation or cleanup, compared with 69 percent of women. Men were slightly more likely to engage in lawn and garden care than were women percent, compared with 8 percent.
Leisure Activities in --On an average day, nearly everyone age 15 and over 96 percent engaged in some sort of leisure activity, such as watching TV, socializing, or exercising.
Men spent 33 minutes per day more in these activities than did women 5. The amount of time people spent watching TV varied by age. Those ages 15 to 44 spent the least amount of time watching TV, averaging around 2.
People spent about twice as much time socializing on weekend days 58 minutes as on weekdays 31 minutes. See tables 11A and 11B.
Individuals age 75 and over averaged 51 minutes of reading per day whereas individuals ages 15 to 44 read for an average of 10 minutes or less per day. Conversely, individuals ages 35 to 44 spent the least amount of time playing games or using a computer for leisure minutes per day.
Care of Household Children for the period --Adults living in households with children under age 6 spent an average of 2. Adults living in households where the youngest child was between the ages of 6 and 17 spent less than half as much time providing primary childcare to household children minutes per day.
Primary childcare is childcare that is done as a main activity, such as providing physical care or reading to children. Secondary childcare provided by adults living in households with children under age 6 was most commonly provided while doing leisure activities 2.
However, they spent less time providing secondary childcare on weekdays than on weekend days See tables 9 and Additional Data ATUS data files are available for users to do their own tabulations and analyses. In accordance with BLS and Census Bureau policies that protect the privacy of survey respondents, identifying information does not appear on the data files.
The data files are available on the BLS website at www.According to the A.C. Nielsen Co., the average American watches more than 4 hours of TV each day (or 28 hours/week, or 2 months of nonstop TV-watching per year).
In a year life, that person will have spent 9 years glued to the tube. Jul 01, · People over the age of 50 watch the most TV, somewhere in the range of 50 hours a week, according to Nielsen.
In fact, people over the age of . These and other results from the American Time Use Survey (ATUS) were released today. These data include the average amount of time per day in that individuals worked, did household activities, and engaged in leisure and sports activities.
Television is one of the major mass media of the United mtb15.com of , household ownership of television sets in the country is %, with approximately ,, American households owning at least one television set as of August The majority of households have more than one set.
The peak ownership percentage of households with at least one television set occurred during the On an average day, individuals age 15 and over spent more than half of their leisure time watching TV.
(Data are from the survey). Individuals age 75 and over spent more of their leisure time watching TV, reading, and relaxing and thinking than individuals ages 15 to The younger age group.
The statistic above presents data on the daily time spent watching TV per capita in the United States from to , and offers a forecast for the period to An average U.S.