Romania, the country with the salary gap between genders four times below EU average

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According to a recent study, published with the occasion of European day of salary equality (November 3) , the gross salary gap per hour between women and men in Romania is 4.45 percent in the favor of men.  It is four times lower than the European average (16.7 percent) which favours men, while the maximum […]

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