I Am Disappointed I Expected My Unemployed Husband to Do More Chores

My husband was layoff a few months ago. Previously, the financial contribution to regular expenses was about the same, and since the income was more constant, I earned a little more. Now I cover them all. I am lucky that I made enough money and I think I supported my husband emotionally and financially. I did not stop him from finding a job I know he's not feeling good about his situation, but I don't think he's depressed. In addition to looking for work, he spends most of his free time taking online classes and playing sports. 

I always do household chores such as cooking and cleaning, and it's a pity that most of the emotional tasks of doing household chores and making decisions lie with me.
I am even more disappointed that many of these things are still my responsibility in addition to my hard work. If I were unemployed, I would imagine that I would do more housework such as washing dishes, cooking, cleaning and housekeeping. I told my husband that when I get a new job, I would like to hire a regular janitor, but he said I will have to wait until my family's income increases. He simply agreed, not knowing that he could now do it for free. I know cleaning isn't the most fun hobby, but it's not what I do to pay my bills. I do not expect to do everything at home. 

It's almost like a math problem for me. I am now 100% in charge of the housework. How can I explain to him that our contributions to the budget differ when I take almost full responsibility for our finances and ask him to do more?
My husband was layoff a few months ago. Previously, the financial contribution to regular expenses was about the same, and since the income was more constant, I earned a little more. Now I cover them all. I am lucky that I made enough money and I think I supported my husband emotionally and financially. I did not stop him from finding a job I know he's not feeling good about his situation, but I don't think he's depressed. In addition to looking for work, he spends most of his free time taking online classes and playing sports.   I always do household chores such as cooking and cleaning, and it's a pity that most of the emotional tasks of doing household chores and making decisions lie with me. I am even more disappointed that many of these things are still my responsibility in addition to my hard work. If I were unemployed, I would imagine that I would do more housework such as washing dishes, cooking, cleaning and housekeeping. I told my husband that when I get a new job, I would like to hire a regular janitor, but he said I will have to wait until my family's income increases. He simply agreed, not knowing that he could now do it for free. I know cleaning isn't the most fun hobby, but it's not what I do to pay my bills. I do not expect to do everything at home.   It's almost like a math problem for me. I am now 100% in charge of the housework.  How can I explain to him that our contributions to the budget differ when I take almost full responsibility for our finances and ask him to do more?