Women in Slovenia Still Paid Less than Men
Ljubljana, 25 September - Women in Slovenia remain less paid than men, with their average monthly pay amounting to 94.9% of the men's average pay in 2012. The gap between an average women's and men's pay was EUR 84 last year, according to data released by the Statistics Office on Wednesday.
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