By Madison Hoff

The pandemic and related lockdowns naturally affected what Americans do every day, and new data shows that women spent more time on homeschooling and care responsibilities than men did in 2020.

The American Time Use Survey released last week by the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows just how people spent their lives, from time spent commuting to time spent on childcare responsibilities.

The average amount of time women spent each day on education-related activities, including homeschooling and other school and remote learning tasks, increased from about an hour in 2019 to about two hours and 25 minutes in 2020. For men, this average increased from about roughly an hour in 2019 to about an hour and 39 minutes in 2020.

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