Gender pay gap in Italy 2018

In 2018, women in Italy earned annually about 2.7 thousand euros less than men. The gender pay gap decreased in the last years. In 2018, it amounted to ten percent in favor of men, while the gap in 2016 was equal to 12.7 percent. More specifically, according to data provided by JobPricing, the annual gross salary of women amounted in 2018 to 27.6 thousand euros. Men had an average annual salary of 30.4 thousand euros.

Gender pay gap in Italy in 2018

Annual gross salary in euros
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July 2019



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