Causes of Ireland’s Gender Pay Gap & Working Women’s Income

shows the gender pay gap in Ireland with the average pay for men and the average pay for women

‘Money. It is not the root of all evil. It makes the world go ‘round. It is a source of power. It is the freedom to pursue our dreams. And — no secret here — we women have less of it than men do. “

Ellevest, Mind the Gap Guide
  • Collectively working women earned less than working men (the “unadjusted gender pay gap”). On average in 2019, an Irish woman earned  €2879 every month, while the average man earned  3885.
  • Collectively working women earned 26% less than men or € 12,072 annually in 2019.
=> Learn the facts related to women earning money in Ireland?

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Trajectory of Ireland’s Industrial Gender Pay Gap

Trajectory of Ireland's Industrial Gender Pay Gap

There is no way around it: Money is an important resource.   

Ireland’s gender pay gap is an accumulation of social norms, employment law and family planning which have a significant influence on individuals in employment, and the roles and responsibilities of employers.

” our tendency to sideline the past as impertinent to the present, only to rediscover how central it is, in understanding the driving forces of our world and harnessing them toward a better future.”

Maria Popova, Brainpickings.
=> How Did Ireland Arrive At An Imbalance of ~20% In The Economic Power of Ordinary Workers?