Equal Pay? Not if you’re women: 30% gender pay gap exposed in UN global study

29 November 2018

Tribune Chief Reporter aturnquest@tribunemedia.net A UNITED Nation’s report has revealed a nearly 30 percent income disparity between men and women, ranking The Bahamas 75th on its gender inequality index. The 2018 Statistical Update report for the UN’s Human Development Index put the estimated gross national income per capita for men at $31,397, with women taking home $22,156. The estimated average income for women is more than $4,000 less than the country’s gross national income of $26,681.

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