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The Gender pay gap in public services

30 November, 2013
This report examines the gender pay gap, the difference between what men and women earn, in public services in Europe. Consisting of two main sections, the report examines how unions have identified and tackled the problem of the gender pay gap on the basis of a survey circulated by EPSU.

It then considers the effect of austerity on the gender pay gap, and tries to establish the extent of progress that has been made. Finally, the report looks at the statistical position, relying on information primarily from Eurostat but also using national data. The report has been prepared for EPSU by the Labour research Department.


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