During their working years, women tend to earn less than men, and when they retire, they're more likely to live in poverty.
Whilst the gap may have narrowed over the last few decades, in 2012 male workers still appeared to earn more than their female counterparts in the Netherlands. Significantly more. Given that discrimination according to gender ...
One year after they graduate, women with Ph.D.s in science and engineering fields earn 31 percent less than do men, according to a new study using previously unavailable data.
Women are playing an increasing role in science today but there are still barriers that can prevent them from achieving success comparable to their male colleagues. This feeds the argument that there is a gender pay gap in ...
Male university graduates earn more than their female counterparts and the pay gap will likely increase with the more time spent in the workforce, according to new research.
A new study examining gender disparities in the Australian labour market has found female graduates earn less than their male counterparts - and the gender pay gap widens dramatically the older women are at the time of graduation.
The pay gap between the sexes grows substantially over the first ten years of a woman’s career, new research has shown.