-Mexico is in the penultimate position of 36 countries evaluated in terms of welfare, according to the 2013 edition of the study "How's life?", Published by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
This same report also analyzes the gender gap that exists between the paid and unpaid work (that considers the work within the household).
Although in most countries is still the woman who devoted more time to these tasks, it is observed that, on average, spend one hour a week more to paid work and 2.6 hours less the unpaid work, compared with 10 years ago.
Meanwhile, paid work for men has decreased on average 4.5 hours and increased unpaid work two hours.
There are countries where change is most evident and men spend almost the same hours at housework than women. In the gallery you can check the 10 nations where the gap of time engaged them and them is smaller.
1 -. Denmark. Danish The average man spends 3 hours and 37 minutes chores at home while women spend a little over 4 hours.
2.-Sweden. Man spends an average of 3 hours and 33 minutes compared to 4 hours and 9 minutes dedicating the woman home
3.-Belgium. Man works at home 3 hours and 20 minutes. The woman 4 hours 5 minutes.
4.-Netherlands -. Here men do household chores for 3 hours and 36 minutes while women spend 4 hours and 27 minutes.
5.-Norway. Men spend two hours and 54 minutes and women home 3 hours and 46 miutes.
6 -. Slovenia. Nationally, men spend on average 3 hours and 51 minutes and women 4 hours and 46 minutes.
7.-Germany. Men work at home 3 hours 32 minutes and 4 hours with women 29 minutes.
8.-Poland: Men spend 3 hours and 50 minutes Women 4 hours and 56 minutes.
9.-Australia. In this country men spend home a little over 4 hours and women 5 hours and 11 minutes.
10.-Hungary. Men spend at home 3 hours 20 minutes and 4 hours and 28 women minutuos