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

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

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 27, 2013
Canada: female to male earnings ratio in 2011, by education The statistic shows the female to male earnings ratio in Canada in 2011, distinguished by education level. In 2011, the female to male average earnings ratio for people with a university degree stood at 68.8 percent.
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Female to male average earnings ratio of workers in Canada in 2011, by education

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Education levelFemale to male average earnings ratio
All education levels 72%
Elementary school, 0 to 8 years56.9%
Some secondary 64.6%
Graduated high school72.1%
Some postsecondary77.1%
Postsecondary certificate or diploma 67.9%
University degree 68.8%
Education level unknown83.4%
Education levelFemale to male average earnings ratio
All education levels 72%
Elementary school, 0 to 8 years56.9%
Some secondary 64.6%
Graduated high school72.1%
Some postsecondary77.1%
Postsecondary certificate or diploma 67.9%
University degree 68.8%
Education level unknown83.4%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 27, 2013
The statistic shows the female to male earnings ratio in Canada in 2011, distinguished by education level. In 2011, the female to male average earnings ratio for people with a university degree stood at 68.8 percent.
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