Married Employees In
Various Patterns Of Their Workweeks :

Differences In Time Budget And Leisure Activities


Hee Lee, OhioStateUniversity




The purpose of this
study is to analyze how
workweek patterns for married employees affect their time
use and leisure activities during weekend. Data on
7680 respondents
married, employed, and over 20 years old from “1999 time use survey” by the National Statistical
Office of Republic of Korea are used.
Time budget and leisure activities
by different workweek patterns were analyzed. Also, above two objectives are
dealt with on the gender perspective. The results indicate that there are significant
differences among leisure time and activities depending upon their workweek
patterns. Also, these activities are different by gender.