Money Isn’t Every Thing: Spouses’ Profits and Housework Time.

Money Isn’t Every Thing: Spouses’ Profits and Housework Time.

Margaret Gough

The autonomy viewpoint of housework time predicts that wives’ housework time falls steadily as their earnings increase, because spoutilizes utilize extra resources that are financial outsource or forego amount of time in housework. We argue, but, that spouses’ ability to lessen their housework differs by home task. This is certainly, we anticipate that increases in spouses’ earnings will let them forego or outsource some tasks, although not other people. Because of this, we hypothesize faster decreases in spouses’ housework time for low-earning spouses because their profits enhance compared to high-earning spouses who possess currently stopped doing home tasks that will be the simplest and cheapest to outsource or forego. Continue reading “Money Isn’t Every Thing: Spouses’ Profits and Housework Time.”