Stay-at-Home Dads Have Increased Ten-Fold in Ten Years

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Men who have given up other jobs to concentrate on child-care

The number of fathers who stay at home to look after their children has increased ten-fold during the past decade, new research has shown.  Around 6 per cent of fathers, equivalent to 600,000 people, now consider themselves to be their child’s primary carer, up from just 60,000 who said this 10 years ago, according to insurance giant Aviva.

 

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Men Who Do Household Chores More Likely To Get The Girl

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Marriage rates in different countries can be linked to views on who is responsible for doing the housework.

An Oxford study suggests that if you want to settle down, your chances of getting married or living with someone are probably highest in Great Britain, the Scandinavian countries and the United States.

 

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