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Gender Indicators, Australia, September 2017 (cat. no. 4125.0)
"While over 80% of Australian men and women reported they were satisfied with their lives, there are significant differences in their health, social and economic characteristics, and their work and family balance."
Closing the Gender Pay Gap
"Addressing the national gender pay gap requires the effort of our whole community. Importantly, employers must step up and play their part. All leaders have the power to analyse their data and take action on pay gaps within their organisations."
Australia's Gender Pay Gap Statistics
“The gender pay gap is the difference between women’s and men’s average weekly full-time equivalent earnings, expressed as a percentage of men’s earnings. It is a measure of women’s overall position in the paid workforce”.
Inequality in 900 Popular Films: Examining portrayals of gender, race/ethnicity, LGBT, and disability from 2007-2016
"We examine every speaking or named character on screen for gender, race/ethnicity, LGBT, and disability across the 100 top fictional films as determined by U.S. box office from 2007 to 2016 (excluding 2011)"
The Power of Parity: Advancing women’s equality in Canada
"Canada is amongst the global leaders in women’s equality. MGI’s global research in 2015 ranked Canada in the top ten of 95 countries based on a review of 15 equality indicators in work and society."
Men Make a Difference: Engaging men on gender equality
“While men should support gender equality because it is the right thing to do, research shows men also have much to gain from a more gender-equal world.”
Report on the Implementation of the OECD Gender Recommendations - Some progress on gender equality but much left to do
This report considers 2013 and 2015 OECD policy-based recommendations which gave focus to gender inequalities. The report discusses the varying degrees of progress being made by OECD nations and offers recommendations for further improvements.
Dispelling the Myths of the Gender “Ambition Gap”
"When it comes to careers, there is a stubborn theory that women are less ambitious than men. (...) Our research demonstrates, however, that this is simply not true. The issue is more nuanced—and more solvable—than most CEOs think."
A Conversation in Gender Equality
“Incorrect assumptions are being made about the progress of gender equality both in Australia and internationally. (…) These misconceptions signal the need for an increase in our efforts and priorities.”
The Gender Wage Gap: 2016
"The annual gender earnings ratio for full-time year-round workers, which includes self-employed workers, tends to be slightly lower than the ratio for weekly earnings"
International Gender Reporting Schemes
Research data suggests that the gender gap in OECD nations is biased towards men, with women earning 15.1% less than their male counterparts, on average.
Women's economic security in retirement [Insight Paper]
"Women face greater risk of economic insecurity in retirement than men. (...) Currently, women retire with on average half the superannuation of men. A consequence of this is that women in retirement are more likely to live in poverty than men."