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Women can No Longer be a Perfect Homemaker

by Kathy Jones on  February 1, 2011 at 8:53 PM Lifestyle News   - G J E 4
The art of becoming a perfect home maker is slowly fading away after a recent research conducted in Australia revealed that the number of women who can do common household work has drastically fallen down.
 Women can No Longer be a Perfect Homemaker
Women can No Longer be a Perfect Homemaker
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According to the research conducted by Mark McCrindle, just over 50 percent of women under the age of 30 years know how to cook a roast compared to more than 82 percent of women during the 1950s.

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The number of women who can bake a lamington has also halved with less than 20 percent of the younger women stating that know how to do it compared to over 45 percent of the older women.

Other areas in which the current generation of women is inferior to their older counterparts include driving a manual car and growing a plant from its cutting though nearly three fourths of the women know how to mow a lawn or wash the car.


Source: Medindia
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The role of women is not limited to being a homemaker. Current financial situations and changing society gives women the opportunity to go outside their homes and work.
ennairam_23 Tuesday, February 1, 2011

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