The Gender Pay Gap In Developed Nations Visualised

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Women still earn less money than men in most developed countries around the world. The gender pay gap is measured as the difference between male and female earnings as a percentage of male earnings. It is most pronounced in South Korea where the percentage difference in full-time earnings between men and women is 36.6 percent. At 5.6 percent, New Zealand has the narrowest gender pay gap of any OECD country.



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