Estonia - Wage gap deepens - September 30, 2016

According to a study carried out by the consultation company Fontes, the wage gap between women and men has increased this year by 1 percentage point compared with 2015. The total wage gap between men and women was 8% in 2015 and 9% in 2016. The methodology used somewhat differs from the methodologies used by previously introduced studies carried out by Eurostat since it compares wage differences inside job families, offering a more detailed overview.

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