there is still a long way to go

The conclusions of the Monaco Statistical Survey on the Gender Pay Gap commissioned by the Minister of State in 2018 have been published. The report focuses on his 2012-to-his 2019 period and should help improve equality, especially in the private sector, where the numbers look more alarming than in the public sector.

There is still work to be done. Four of her 10 private sector employees are women, but their salaries are lower than men overall, and the proportion of women has declined slightly since her 2012. Monaco has her 20.9% hourly wage gap in favor of men. In France, the difference is her 15.4%.

Financial and insurance sectors are performing poorly. On average, men earn €31.40 more per hour than women. The same applies to service activities, a man is paid €32.20 more. Only the construction and real estate sectors offer a woman €1.10 and her €4.40 more per hour respectively.

However, Monaco statistics point to a significant increase in women’s wages between 2012 and 2019, suggesting that the situation is improving.

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Civil servants are a little better. Men still make up the majority, but the gap has narrowed, reaching near parity, especially in senior positions, where women accounted for 47% of them in 2019.

Across civil servants, women earn slightly higher than men (+0.7%). However, this is due to the sheer number of women compared to men in the highest paid A category. This will increase average wages for women across the board. The reality is that women are still underpaid compared to men in categories A, B and C. Although there are fewer men in this category, women’s salaries rose rapidly from 2012 to 2019 and are now They earn 14% more than women.

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