Gender pay gap in Slovenia widening
Ljubljana, 1 October - The gender pay gap in Slovenia is gradually widening, with the latest statistics showing that in 2015 women on average made 94% of what men made, down from 94.7% in 2014 and three percentage points below the 2009 peak.
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