Gender Inequality

Even in Denmark, women take a 20% pay cut for having children

Denmark gives both mothers and fathers plenty of parental leave but mothers’ wages are still dramatically lower. Image: REUTERS/Eddie Keogh

Corinne Purtill

Dan Kopf

Reporter, Quartz

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