Unpaid work done by women

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Women do most of the work that is unpaid[@criadoperez2020Invisible women: exposing data bias in a world designed for men]. This is, cooking, cleaning the house, caring for children. Therefore, the statistics that show that women's health deteriorate at lower week-working-hours than men, is pointing towards the fact that women already work more hours and they also work for-pay somewhere else. This effect has consequences in many different metrics, industries, and countries.

Work policies designed for the average will be biased towards men.

Tags: #data-based-gender-bias


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