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bc you are not good at studies or something?
Lol women are still having kids. Staying at home is not a "biological duty".
We wanna end the overpopulation of this world and you shamelessly mention ''biological duties''no wonder why am I dissapointed of this shitty backwards society lol
Housewives save their husbands money by doing tasks that a babysitter, cook, professional shopper, dietitian, office assistant and accountant do. They are chauffeurs to children's events, the doctors, nurses when sick kids have to stay home, or when the spouse is sick. They send in and pick up their spouse's dry cleaning, are housekeepers. On average, I think they save these men 40 to 50K a year. A working woman brings in cash, but some of that will have to go to paying for some of the services she can't supply because she works full time. And both spouses have to pitch in to run the household.
@Screenwriter This is an ideal case scenario. It does make me think whether when they are both working and hiring someone to take care of the domestic stuff would save them more money than a housewife would - in other words, hiring a housewife worker for the home with less financial expenses than the other way around.
The woman is working for her husband and family and will always do a better job than a hired domestic and do more. There's no comparison.
@Screenwriter I see you don't know the definite answer to it. It will be my search then for the answer to this question.
There is no definite answer: it depends on what kind of housewife a woman is and what kind of joint household caretaking a working couple do. It might work out pretty evenly. It's all according to the people involved and their skills.
@Screenwriter. Very true...