There is a public time, a domestic time and private time that we have to manage rationally. The reconciliation of the various spheres of life requires time management habits. The I Plan of equal opportunities between women and men of the UA provides different actions with the aim of favouring the conciliation of work duties, with family and personal life of the staff of the AU and the students. In particular, the PIUA action 5 (6 axis) establishes "the development and dissemination of a code of good practice on the rational use of working time that includes all instances of the academic and administrative structure".
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The latest statistics published by the Ministry of health, social services and equality on uses of the time (the time 2009-2010 employment survey) shows that of the ten types of categories in which the activities are classified are encompassing chores (home and family) and the paid work, which major differences by sex show. Appreciated in both cases differences are smaller than the appreciated in the previous survey in 2003.
Specifically, men who perform household chores are 74.7%, almost five points more than in 2003. The percentage is still far below the of them (91,9%), which has fallen almost a point in the past seven years.
Household chores are distributed in Spain of more egalitarian way, although the women continue dedicating them almost two hours and more than men every day room. In 2003 the difference between men and women was two hours and 54 minutes.
As for paid work, this takes time for 38.7 per cent of men and 28.2 per cent of women. The male percentage is four points lower to 2003, while the female has risen three points.
By sex, they use daily one hour and ten minutes more than them, a difference that has been reduced in 43 minutes in recent years.