Gender Inequality

Gender equality: Why pay equity isn’t enough

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'Business as usual is not an option'. Image: Pixabay/StartupStockPhotos

Zara Nanu
Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Gapsquare
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Pay equity is still an issue. Image: OECD
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Women continue to perform roles that pay less per hour than men. Image: Gapsquare
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Women are more likely to earn just over 60% of what men earn by 2025. Image: Gapsquare
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Could the solution to inequality be reskilling? Image: Zara Nanu/HM Government advert
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