Surprise! Men aren't pulling their weight at home!
The latest census has confirmed the division of housework remains lopsided, with women doing the lion's share.
While this won't surprise many Australians - there remains, of course, more men than women in the full-time workforce - the fact is that even when a woman works full time, she will still log more hours of domestic work after leaving her 9 to 5 job than her male counterpart.
The 2016 Census found that full-time working women were twice as likely to do more than 15 hours of unpaid domestic work than full-time working men.
More shockingly, nearly a quarter of full-time employed men said they did zero hours of household work.
Of those who work 35-40 hours a week, most men (35%) did less than five hours of unpaid domestic work, while most women (41%) slogged between five and 14 hours.
“The Census counted that almost one-fifth of women working full-time were likely to undertake at least 15 hours of unpaid domestic work a week, compared to 8 per cent of men,” Census Program Manager Bindi Kindermann said.
The figures were perhaps even more stark when it came to part-time workers, where 9 per cent of men did more than 15 hours, compared to a whopping 34 per cent of women.
Here's the run down from the Australian Bureau of Statistics: