Although no member country has managed to completely close the gender pay gap, in the EU the situation is generally better than in other parts of the world, WEF wrote.
Slovenia, with 3.2%, is the most equal EU country. It is followed by Malta with 5.1% and Poland with 6.4%.
Globally, women continue to earn less than men, with the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report 2015 showing that despite an increase in women’s earnings, their current worldwide average only equals what men were earning 10 years ago.
21st October 2020
21st January 2021