By Holly Lebowitz Rossi

In a new study that The Boston Globe has jokingly re-titled "Tell Me About It," researchers have found that working mothers spend an average of 10 more hours per week multitasking than working fathers.  The study, which was published in the journal American Sociological Review, found that working mothers spend an average of 48.3 hours of multitasking each week, juggling house work, food prep and shopping, and child care, whereas working fathers spend an average of 38.9 hours per week.

Image: Busy working mom, via Shutterstock.

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