Polling Question of the Month Only 34% think men and women with same skills...

Only 34% think men and women with same skills are paid the same for same job [Insights West]

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Pay equity remains for Canadians who are currently employed an area of continued discrimination. A majority thinks the a women and man with the same skills doing the job are probably not being paid the same. Men are much more likely to believe there is pay equity.


Source: Insights West online survey conducted between January 15 and January 19, 2018, n=875 Canadian adults who are currently employed).

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