Report, Leisure Time The graph shows the number of hours spent on leisure by men and women of different

employment status. The first impression is that men have more time for leisure in each group about 10 hours, probably because they are not involved in household duties as much as women. But, as shown on the graph, more women work part time or work in their houses (housewives) and they have 40 and 50 hours, respectively. So they themselves can decide when and how they take rest. Due to the minority of men working part-time or taking care of households there is no data for men to compare. It can be noticed, that data concerning retired and unemployed for both sexes is similar. From the graph it can be seen that women still have less of their spare time than men. The topic will need much closer examination because rest and leisure is crucial for health and wellbeing.

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