Finland -Report on wages and pay gap in the financial sector -May 14, 2012

The average salaries of the financial sector's salaried employees fall around €300 below the average of all wage and salary earners in Finland according to a report on the development of earnings in the financial sector from October 2010 to October 2011. And the average for women in the financial sector lags even further behind the average of all wage and salary earners. Women's pay was lower than men's pay at all task levels. The trade union Pro is of the opinion that this pay gap must be tackled when producing equality plans and pay redistribution.

English: http://www.proliitto.fi/en/media/news/salaried-employees-in-the-financial ...

 

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