Study Finds Europe's Gender Pay Gap Remains

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Study Finds Europe's Gender Pay Gap Remains

The European Union (EU) has made almost no progress in closing the wage gap between women and men in the last decade, according to a recent report by the European Commission. Women in EU member states earn an average of 15 percent less than men, even though more women attend university and perform better in school. The report cites the undervaluation of jobs dominated by women as a major contributor to the widening pay gap.
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