Referring to the study of Eurostat, Magyarországom.hu claims Hungarians are the laziest people all around Europe. But why exactly?
The study examines the population of the European Union.
As it turned out, Hungarians, both men and women, are the leaders of this not so fancy list.
Eurostat put their main focus on the household chores. 79% of women living in the EU are cooking and/ or doing housework every day, while this rate is significantly worse in Hungary with 56%. We are the 27th on the list which is not fancy, taking into consideration that the EU has 27 member states.
Men are not improving these data either: 34% of men are cooking and/or doing housework every day, while this rate is only 14% in Hungary. However, they are still not last in their category as the Bulgarian and Croatian men seem to be lazier.
An interesting fact is that Swedish people share these chores the most, while Greeks share them the less. Let’s have a look at the Nordic nation first: 74% of women and 56% of men are taking care of the housework while in Greece these rates are 85% for women and only 16% for men. Still better than us though.
Hungarian women are 23% while men are 20% below the European average.
However, the gap between the two sexes is below the average in Hungary: 42% in Hungary and 45% in Europe. On the other hand, it is not mentioned how much time one has for these chores. It only turned out that Hungarians seem not to like housework.
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