Gender Pay Gap… changes? 

This is basically a summary of the data presented in the article. 

~Pay gap in OECD countries from 2000 to 2012~

Japan: 34% to 29% 

US: 23% to 19% 

Israel: 28% to 21% 

South Korea: 40% to 39%

~Current Pay gaps in other OECD countries~ 

Canada: 19%

Finland: 19% 

Switzerland: 19% 

Austria: 19%

Belgium: 9% 

Norway: 8% 

New Zealand: 7% 

Hungary: 6% 

Poland: 6% 


About squishymaru

Master's student in chemical engineering with a B.S. in chemical engineering as well. Loves chemistry, math, increasing diversity in STEM, politics, and public health advocacy. Loves reading, writing, and being active -- mentally and physically.

2 thoughts on “Gender Pay Gap… changes?

  1. Jeff Nguyen says:

    It’s like a fiscal chasm.

    • squishymaru says:

      I’m not sure if “chasm” is a good description. Honestly, despite all of the scary statistics that studies throw at us, I think that things aren’t as bad as it may seem. And as for the apparently imminent “fiscal Cliffpocalypsemageddonacaust”, I think it is actually being hyped up to be scarier than it actually is. Basically, fear-mongering. Sure, there will be major cuts and possibly significant tax hikes, but in all honesty, I think that is probably the best deal that Congress came up with in regards to fiscal responsibility.

      Thanks for commenting, and please leave a reply if you’re inclined to do so. (And check out my other blog posts — shameless plug time.)

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