Princeton economist Alan Krueger and four psychologists found that men and women dislike pretty much the same activities like paying bills, but one thing really stood out:
Men apparently enjoy being with their parents, while women find time with their mom and dad to be slightly less pleasant than doing laundry.
And there's more: for the first time, men are found to be happier than women.
... people are simply asked how satisfied they are with their overall lives. In the early 1970s, women reported being slightly happier than men. Today, the two have switched places.