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  • Aussies will pay to prioritise free time
  • Aussies will pay to prioritise free time
    Alex Proimos (2012) ©
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Aussies will pay to prioritise free time

Australians are determined to make the most of their free time, and that means not spending it doing laundry. Known for having a good work-life balance, more than a third of Aussies now plan to pay others to do their household chores so they can enjoy that balance properly.

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