Unpaid domestic work and cares

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Reproductive work consists of those essential activities or tasks that are necessary for personal maintenance but which are not counted as productive activities. The subject or object population resides in family households and the activities are classified as non-remunerated work, generally as household chores. This section disseminates the average time devoted to diverse aspects of reproductive work, including the care of dependent persons.

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Reference period > 2019
Last update > 03/07/2019
 

 
Statistical tables
Household production satellite account
Valuation of unpaid non-market output (not included in the SEC) in the Basque Country by province, gender and function. Thousands of euros. 2013 (02/26/2016)02/26/2016
Distribution of the non-market output of households according to function in the Basque Country. Thousands of euros. 2013 (02/26/2016)02/26/2016
Use of time
Average time per participant by type of domestic chore, day and sex. The Basque Country. 2018 (06/26/2019)06/26/2019
Average time per participant by type of care of people in the home, day and sex. The Basque Country. 2018 (06/26/2019)06/26/2019
Average time per participant, by work-training activity, day and sex. The Basque Country. 2018 (06/26/2019)06/26/2019
Survey on living conditions
Employed population aged 16 and over (thousands) by participation in household chores, sex and age. The Basque Country. 2014 (06/01/2015)06/01/2015
Population with relation to activity
Population aged 16 and over in the Basque Country, by quarter and frequency with which they perform household duties, according to sex and relation to activity sex (thousands) (1). 2019/II (07/19/2019)07/19/2019
Cares
Survey on the reconciliation of work, family and personal life
Children under the age of 15 of the employed population in the Basque Country by daily care during working hours, according to socio-demographic characteristics. Thousands and %. 2018 (06/25/2019)06/25/2019
Children under the age of 15 of the employed population in the Basque Country by daily care during working hours, according to socio-demographic characteristics. Thousands and %. 2018  (06/25/2019)06/25/2019
Children under the age of 15 of the employed population in the Basque Country by daily care during working hours outside of school hours, according to socio-demographic characteristics. Thousands and (%). 2018 (06/25/2019)06/25/2019
Children under the age of 15 of the employed population in the Basque Country by daily care during working hours, according to socio-demographic characteristics. Thousands and %. 2018 (06/25/2019)06/25/2019
Individuals dependent on the population in work in the Basque Country by care during working hours, according to socio-demographic characteristics. Thousands and (%). 2018 (06/25/2019)06/25/2019
Individuals dependent on the population in work in the Basque Country by care outside of working hours, according to socio-demographic characteristics. Thousands and (%). 2018 (06/25/2019)06/25/2019
 

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