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a piece of work that has been assigned

a difficult or tedious undertaking

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a specific piece of work required to be done as a duty or for a specific fee

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Each family member has a different profile to log in and check progress towards their goals, and kids can also let their parents know about chores such as when their shirts need ironing for school.
I get paid $5 a week for 10 fairly easy chores such as cleaning my room.
But while parents might agree children should do at least some chores, what age should they start, and should they get paid?
Takl providers are available on-demand to provide homes and businesses with a wide range of chores and tasks at pre-set prices.
Popular chores include lawn care, house cleaning, junk removal and small home repairs.
This included chores like emptying the dishwasher, cleaning the toilet and taking laundry from the washing machine.
Harnessing the Power of Data for Girls: Taking stock and looking ahead to 2030 includes the first global estimates on the time girls spend doing household chores such as cooking, cleaning, caring for family members and collecting water and firewood.
Chores had to be done before getting the bus to school and on weekend mornings you got up and helped out with all the work that was needed because it was not a topic that was up for any sort of discussion.
Living under one roof means more than just splitting the bills, it also means sharing the chores.
Washer dryers and tumble dryers that make chores more efficient also gained awareness amongst consumers as retailers and manufacturers stepped up their promotions and marketing.
Some other chores I do are cleaning out my lunch box from school by emptying my water and juice bottles and then my snack box.
Though it may seem a bit daunting at first, the BAG system is simply a system of agreements that covers an earned allowance, or paycheck, for agreed upon chores or "work" done, on a routine schedule, with accompanying good and bad interest rates for careful saving or spending on cash advance agreements, or in the deficit.
Something I could use for cutting firewood and other chores that are hard on clothes.
Three of us were old enough to do a few chores, including helping tend a toddler and a baby.
The survey looked at 3,800 household chores and how much kids got for carrying them out.