Reference : Towards a Closing of the Gender Pay Gap: Country Report Austria.
Reports : Expert report
Social & behavioral sciences, psychology : Sociology & social sciences
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/22024
Towards a Closing of the Gender Pay Gap: Country Report Austria.
English
Egger de Campo, Marianne []
Hoenig, Barbara mailto [Peripherie Institute of Gender Research]
Kreimer, Margareta []
Millerlei, Bernadette []
2002
Norwegian Centre for Gender Equality
57p.
Oslo
Norway
[en] Gender Pay Gap ; Discrimination ; Austria
[en] Austria shows one of the highest gender wage differentials among the European countries; in 1999, Austrian women's average earnings reached only 65 % of that of their male compatriots. This wage gap decreased during the 1980s but again increased in the 1990s, although female employment rates had been rising ever since. In the 2010s, Austria still is among those countries with the highest gender pay gap of the enlarged EU28. This already points to the very main characteristic of the Austrian gender wage gap: Most of the increase of female labour market participation has been realized in part-time jobs, which not only decreases gross earnings but also chances to get promoted, and thus access to better paid jobs.
Peripherie Institute of Gender Research, in cooperation with The Norwegian Centre for Gender Equality
Funded by the European Commission's Community Framework Strategy on Gender Equality (2001-05)
Researchers ; Professionals ; Students ; General public
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/22024
http://www.genderpaygap.no

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