Gender Inequality

The scary facts behind the gender pension gap

Women across the globe have 30-40% less money than men in retirement – despite often living longer. Image: Reuters/Nacho Doce

Stephanie Lane

Project Collaborator, Retirement Investment Systems Reform, Mercer

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The gender pension gap across Europe Image: Mercer
Women who live longer must shoulder expenses for two. Image: Fabrizio Verrecchia/Unsplash
A graph showing male and female investment behaviour Image: Mercer

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