The four pie charts compare how many hours male and female workers work per week in government institutions and private companies.
Up to 66% government workers( 30% male ones and and 36% female ones ) work more than 46 hours a week, while only 4% female employees in private companies work so long, considerably lower than that for their male counterparts(34%). However, fewer workers work 31-45 and 13-30 hours a week in government institutions than in private companies. To be more specific, as few as around 10% male and female employees are at work for that time , compared with approximately 23% in private companies.
Although there are 50% workers working 6-12 hours every week in total in both institutions, the figure for women workers in private companies is as many as 35%, different from that for private company male employees (merely 15%) , and for male and female government staff (23% and 27% separately). 23% government male workers work 1-2hours each week, 18% higher than that for those in private companies. It is interesting that the proportion of female workers who are at work 1-2 hours a week in government institution is the same as that in private companies, with both accounting for 18%.
Overall, most employees work more than 46 hours and 6-12 hours in government institutions and private companies.