Canada: female to male earnings ratio in 2011, by province

The statistic shows the female to male earnings ratio for Canadian provinces in 2011, based on earnings in 2011 constant Canadian dollars. In 2011, the female to male earnings ratio in Ontario stood at 68.5 percent. That indicates that a regular female worker in Ontario earned about 68.5 percent of the amount a male employee in the same position would have received.

Female to male earnings ratio of workers in Canada in 2011, by province

Female to male earnings ratio
Prince Edward Island 83.9%
Quebec 71.5%
New Brunswick 71.2%
Ontario 68.5%
Manitoba 67.9%
Nova Scotia 67.9%
Newfoundland and Labrador 67.6%
Saskatchewan 67.3%
British Columbia 63.6%
Prairie provinces 60.3%
Alberta 57.5%
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Source

Release date

June 2013

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2011

Supplementary notes

The data is based on constant 2011 Canadian dollar value.

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