The Evolution of the Dad

Hrblock.com has an interesting infographic comparing fathers of the 70s with fathers of today.  Some of the more amusing findings are:

1. Dads today spend 6.5 hours a week with their kids compared to 2.6 hours in the 70s.
2. The average income of today’s dad is $58,710 vs $12,149 in 1974.
3. While ties were the standard dress code for offices in the 70s, two thrids of today’s dads think ties will become obsolete within 20 years.

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Courtesy of hrblock.com

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