Gender pay gap persists, census data shows

30 November 2017

Women continue to earn far less than men in Canada, the latest census numbers show. The wage gap persisted across all fields with women holding a bachelor’s degree having a median income of $68,342 in 2016, while men with the same level of education earned $82,082, according to Statistics Canada data released Wednesday. That $13,740 difference is enough to buy a small car – and take the family for a sunny vacation.

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