Gender Inequality

Gender gap calculator - are you earning less than you should be?

Women's wages ... how big is the pay disparity in your country?

Yasmina Bekhouche
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Gender Inequality

If you were born today, you would be 118 years old when the economic gender gap is predicted to close in 2133.

But how old will you actually be when the gap closes, and how does your home country rank on the global scale of gender equality? Use our Gender Gap Calculator to find out.

 

Author: Yasmina Bekhouche is a Senior Project Manager on the World Economic Forum’s Gender Parity Team. 

Image: Visitors pose on the balcony at One New Change shopping mall in London November 16, 2010. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett

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