COST OF LIVING/Gender pay gap rises to 15.8% in Taiwan

02/22/2022 09:32 PM
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Taipei, Feb. 22 (CNA) The hourly pay of male wage earners in Taiwan last year averaged NT$361 (US$13), while that of female workers was NT$304, a gap of 15.8 percent, the Ministry of Labor (MOL) reported on Tuesday as it announced Feb. 27 as equal pay day in 2022.


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