CSO figures show gender pay gap has risen with economic recovery
Gap is generally low for new labour market entrants, with disparity increasing with age
Ireland’s gender pay gap has increased despite the economic recovery, according to provisional data from the Central Statistics Office (CSO).
The average gender pay gap has risen to 14.4 per cent, according to the most recent estimates for 2017.
At the peak of the Celtic Tiger in 2007, the gap was up to 17.3 per cent.
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