The 2017 WGEA Gender Equity Insights: gender pay gap analysis

31 May 2017 4:18 PM | Jean Murray (Administrator)

The gender pay gap remains a feature of the Australian labour market for too long, and must be addressed. Persistent gender pay gaps weaken the financial position and future economic security of women, and reveal differences in how society values the respective contributions of women and men in the workforce. The 2017 WGEA report seeks to deepen the understanding of the gender pay gap in Australia; it compares the gender pay gaps across full-time, part-time and casual workers, and across industries and occupations.

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