Hungary - Long-lasting gender pay gap - January 31, 2017

According to a research study by B2B marketplace Expert Market, Hungary is expected to be the last country in Europe to close the gender pay gap, and this cannot be expected to happen earlier than 2068. Expert Market investigated the factors that affect the gender pay gap in the EU by modelling current pay gap trends into the future for five economic factors (hours worked, sector, age, industry and job type), in order to identify both the countries and groups of women who will see the gender pay gap close quickest. 

English: http://bbj.hu/analysis/equal-pay-in-hungary-still-a-half-century-away ...  

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