Gender wage gap, median earnings of full-time employees, OECD

percent, 1970–2015

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    1970 Ranking
    1. United Kingdom 47.58
    2015 Ranking
    1. South Korea 37.18
    2. Japan 25.73
    3. Chile 21.05
    4. Portugal 18.92
    5. United States 18.88
    6. Canada 18.63
    7. Finland 18.06
    8. United Kingdom 17.10
    9. Austria 17.04
    10. Mexico 16.67
    11. Czech Republic 16.46
    12. Ireland 14.45
    13. Slovakia 13.38
    14. Australia 13.00
    15. Colombia 11.14
    16. Iceland 9.93
    17. Hungary 9.52
    18. Norway 7.13
    19. Greece 6.25
    20. Denmark 5.84
    21. Costa Rica 3.70

    The gender pay gap (also known as gender wage gap; male-female income difference; gender gap in earnings.in the United States; gender earnings gap; gender income difference; ratio of female to male median yearly earnings among full-time, year-round workers) is the difference between male and female earnings expressed as a percentage of male earnings.

    Source: OECD