According to a study in  Daily Mail by a company called Vileda that makes cleaning products, kids today have it easy.

The average kid does less than two hours of chores a week . . . even though their parents did more than FOUR when they were kids. 

One in four kids do absolutely NOTHING to help out around the house.  And of the kids that do help out, 20% keep their room clean . . . and that's the ONLY chore they have.

When our kids do decide to actually do some work, they expect to be REWARDED for it.  Three out of five kids get treats or money for doing chores.

Today's kids also get paid MORE for doing chores.  The average kid pulls in $6.59 a week.  That's a dollar more than their parents got.