In the given figures, a comparison of the main factors that male and female employees in 2019 opted to work from home is shown, along with the number of hours they put in each week. Overall, it is evident that while both genders worked from home primarily to save money, men prioritized productivity while women focused on easy child care. It should be mentioned that, in comparison to their female counterparts, men worked longer hours per week.
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The bar chart makes it quite evident that, regardless of gender, the main motivation for working from home is to save money. Nonetheless, the percentage of men who did so was slightly higher than the percentage of women (45% and 42% respectively). To be more productive, 24% of men worked from home, whereas this percentage was less than half for women. To make parenting easier, 26% of women worked from home, which is more than six times the percentage of men.
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In terms of hours worked each week, men worked more than women. Just 3% of men worked fewer than 10 hours each week, compared to 74% of women. Nonetheless, 81% of men worked shifts of more than 30 hours, compared to just 6% of women.
In conclusion, it is clear that males often work longer hours from home than women do and that their justifications for doing so are not usually the same.