Gender Inequality

How do people spend their time? This chart takes a global look

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If you were to map your time each day, what would it look like? Image: Unsplash/Lukas Blazek

Iman Ghosh
Author, Visual Capitalist
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A chart showing how people split their time between work, sleep, personal care and leisure.
Do you spend a similar amount of time on these compared to the rest of your nation? Image: Our World In Data
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A chart showing which countries on average spend the most time on a range of activities
These are the countries spending the most time on each activity, from sleeping to working. Image: Visual Capitalist
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