Canada: female to male earnings ratio from 1990 to 2011

The statistic shows the female to male earnings ratio in Canada from 1990 to 2011, based on earnings in 2011 constant Canadian dollars. In 2011, the female to male earnings ratio was 66.7 percent, which indicates that a regular female worker earns about 67 percent of the amount a male employee in the same position would receive.

Female to male earnings ratio of workers in Canada from 1990 to 2011

YearFemale to male earnings ratio
2011 66.7%
2010 68.1%
2009 68.6%
2008 64.3%
2007 65.5%
2006 64.7%
2005 64%
2004 63.5%
2003 62.9%
2002 62.8%
2001 62.1%
2000 61.7%
1999 62.6%
1998 62.8%
1997 61.8%
1996 63.6%
1995 64.2%
1994 61.9%
1993 64.1%
1992 61.9%
1991 60.1%
1990 58.4%
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Source

Release date

June 2013

Region

Canada

Survey time period

1990 to 2011

Supplementary notes

The data is based on constant 2011 Canadian dollar value.

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