Gender differences in work hours are greatest among working parents, but black men and women are closest to parity: Average annual work hours, by race and ethnicity, gender, and family structure, 2016
|Married with children||1738.8||1,727.9||17,95.9||1,718.8|
|Married with children||2,205.8||2,259.0||2,129.3||2,120.2|
|Married with children||21.2%||23.5%||15.7%||18.9%|
Notes: Gender gaps are calculated as 1 minus the ratio of women’s hours to men’s hours. All race- and ethnicity-specific gender gaps are relative to men of the same race/ethnicity. “Children” refers to a person’s own children under the age of 18 who live in the household.
Source: Authors’ analysis of Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement microdata