Tagged: pay gap

The 10-Year baby window that is the key to the women’s pay gap - The Dismal Science

Paul Walker Apr 11, 2018

An interesting new twist on the effects of children on the pay gap between men and women. It has long been argued that having kids is one reason for the gap in pay between men and women but now a new study suggests that women who have their first child before 25 or after 35 eventually close the salary divide … Read More

Women paid less for same contribution to work, and sexism is to blame – study - Guest Work

Guest Author Aug 29, 2017

By Isabelle Sin, Victoria University of Wellington Women are being paid less to do the same job as men, judging by the productivity of male and female employees. Our study found that women are paid 16% less for making a contribution of the same value to their employer. We used wage data and productivity data from the … Read More

Female/male pay gaps in STEM subjects - The Dismal Science

Paul Walker May 21, 2016

New research suggests that women earn, on average, around 31% less that men in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics) subjects within a year of completing a PhD. An obvious question is why. Perhaps surprisingly the answer to this questions can be reduced to just two factors: 1) field of study and 2) kids. But after controlling for differences in … Read More