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Sep 17, 2022
Writing Feedback / The table below shows how the UK unemployed spent their time in the last year. [2]

activities of unemployed people in the uk

The given table illustrates the percentage of time which the stand-off persons in Britain spent their free time in the previous year.
Overall, hunting, shopping, and housework are three activities which the unoccupied persons expended the most of time, contrast to drinking and playing sports outlaid the least time.

In particular, while men distributed quitely equally their leisure time for job hunting, shopping, and housework averagely 20% for each other, women spent roughly 50% their time in the morning to do housework. In contrast, drinking (3%) and playing sports (4%) were two options taking average least time in male in the afternoon; However, it just was 0% in females. In the afternoon, a remarkable drop in the proportions of three popular activities was recorded. Particularly, the out of work male just spent about 10% of their spare time for each other. In spite of this decrease, females still used the most time for housework (21%), surpassing noticeably the corresponding number of males.

Meanwhile, it seems to be that having two of the given activities was spent gradually and equally regardless of gender factors, that were visiting friends or relatives and reading. Nevertheless, there was a predominance in the unemployment of women over men in visiting friends (17%) and reading (10%) in the afternoon.

In addition, regarding gender and the time in day, there were two significant differences in the percentage of gardening and the one of watching TV. Obviously, the former in the unoccupied males was importantly higher than females, 14%, 2%, respectively. In total, unemployment favored doing the latter in the morning (16%) over the afternoon (1%) in contrast to staying in bed.