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National | GENDER PAY GAP AT 20 YEAR HIGH (FED)

06 Sep 2014 7:01 AM | Anonymous member
GENDER PAY GAP AT 20 YEAR HIGH (FED)

The Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Elizabeth Broderick says she's disappointed that Australian women are earning 18 per cent less than their male colleagues, despite ongoing efforts to try and close the gap. "It's alarming that the pay gap between men and women has hardly changed in the past 20 years. Women are earning an average of $14,500 less than men every year," said Commissioner Broderick. "Today, Equal Pay Day, is a chance for us to reflect on the 66 days of work an Australian woman would have to do to earn the same as the men," she said.
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