Fathers spend seven times more with their children than in the 1970s


“Mothers also find more time for interaction, but survey reveals social disparity depending on parents’ education level.

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While the time focused on their offspring still comes in at a fairly low average of 35 minutes a day for working fathers, it is far higher than the five minutes registered in 1974. Mothers’ quality time with their kids has also risen over the same period, from 15 minutes a day to an hour.”

Source: www.theguardian.com

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