Analysis

Women are no better at multitasking than men, they just do more work

By Leah Ruppanner
August 15 2019 - 4:00pm
Science doesn't appear to support the modern myth that women are super-human multitaskers. Picture: Shutterstock
Science doesn't appear to support the modern myth that women are super-human multitaskers. Picture: Shutterstock

Multitasking has traditionally been perceived as a woman's domain. A woman, particularly one with children, will routinely be juggling a job and running a household - in itself a frantic mix of kids' lunch boxes, housework, and organising appointments and social arrangements.

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