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Gender Pay Gap in Slovenia among Smallest in EU

Brussels, 18 July - Gender pay gap in Slovenia is approximately a half of the EU's average. While women in Slovenia earn about 8% less than men, women in the EU earn on average 15% less than their male colleagues, a report by the European Commission says.

Brussels, Belgium
Vladimir Spidla, EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, presenting the results on a survey on gender-based difference in wages.
Photo: Thierry Monasse/STA

Brussels, Belgium
Vladimir Spidla, EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, presenting the results on a survey on gender-based difference in wages.
Photo: Thierry Monasse/STA

Brussels, Belgium
Vladimir Spidla, EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, presenting the results on a survey on gender-based difference in wages.
Photo: Thierry Monasse/STA

Brussels, Belgium
Vladimir Spidla, EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, presenting the results on a survey on gender-based difference in wages.
Photo: Thierry Monasse/STA

Brussels, Belgium
Vladimir Spidla, EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, presenting the results on a survey on gender-based difference in wages.
Photo: Thierry Monasse/STA

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