Female health workers earn 24% less

Women working in the health sector earn on average 24% less than their male colleagues, a new report by the International Labor Organization and the World Health Organization revealed on Wednesday. The report also found that the gender pay gap tends to be wider in the highest paid categories, which are overrepresented by men, although it highlights differences between countries. Women represent 67% of health workers worldwide.

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