According to this infographic made by Jakub Marian European women earn less than men.
In a recent research Eurostat showed that in Europe, only 33% of managers were female, while only 36% of sale and service workers were male. However, the wage gap is not the same everywhere.
The gender pay gap was less than 10% in Slovenia, Malta, Poland, Italy, Croatia, Luxembourg, Romania and Belgium.
On the opposite side, the wage gap passed 20% in Germany, the Czech Republic, Austria and Estonia.
What do you think about this topic?
How can we reduced this gender gap?
Do you think the European Union should do more to reduce this gap?