Pay gap in Asia: Women make less than Men

Pay gap in Asia: Women make less than Men

Women in Asia are making less than their male counterparts a new study finds. The Korn Ferry Global Gender Pay Index show, on average, women make 15% less than men.

Comparatively, the overall average gender pay gap in Asia is larger in mature markets such as Australia and New Zealand.  At 19.3%, it’s higher than the global gap, which is 16.1%.  Looking at China and India, which are considered to be growing markets and fast-growing markets Indonesia and Vietnam, the gap is lower; around 14.4% and 11.5% respectively.


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