Juggling a job with looking after kids means the average British mum just gets 26 minutes to herself, a study reveals. The report - issued to coincide with International Womens Day - also found no let-up in later life when kids have left home, because once they become grans they end up looking after little ones all over again。
The report reveals the pressures modern-day mums face compared to previous generations dating back to the 1930s. Key findings are: Three out of 10 reckon they have far less "me time" than their own mothers did - barely three hours a week on average。
Dads still fail to shoulder their fair share at home. Three in 10 of the 1,000 women who took part in the study confessed to feeling under constant pressure to be "the perfect mother"。
Researcher Kate Fox said: "There is increasing pressure on mothers to work a double shift - to be the perfect mother as well as a wage-earner."
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