Study: Women across the world spend more time working than men do

Kerri Lutjens
Nurse Kerri Lutjens draws blood from a Hutterite during a home visit at the Tschetter Colony near Olivet, S.D., Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015. Lutjens has spent the past few years gaining the trust of several communities of Hutterites, a deeply religious people, who live in insular farming communities in the Plains, Upper Midwest and Canada. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

(WISH) – A new study says women across the world spend more time working than men do.

The World Economic Forum looked at data from 30 different  countries for its global gender gap report. According to the report, women work for about 50 more minutes each day than men do.

The report counts work women do without getting paid, such as caring for children or elderly family members.

The gap is a little bit smaller in the United States, by only about 13 minutes.

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CNN contributed to this report.