As of 2021, Belgium is the country with the most equal pay between the genders of OECD countries. The gender pay gap was at 1.17 percent. South Korea, on the other hand, is the country with the highest gender pay gap of the OECD countries with a 31 percent difference between the genders. The gender pay gap displays the difference between median wages of full-time employed men and full-time employed women.
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