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Has the Gender Pay Gap Report accidentally measured Women’s freedom of choice?

21 March 2024

12:11 AM

21 March 2024

12:11 AM

On February 27, days before International Women’s Day, the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) issued The Gender Pay Gap Report. It claimed to uncover a 21 per cent gap in pay between men and women across Australia and offered a detailed account of the so-called ‘pay gap’ within each company.

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