Do women really make less than men?
Women make less than men. In Canada. In the United States. In every country in the world.
Belgium (yes, chocolate lovers, Belgium) has the smallest wage gap in the world. Women earn just 6 per cent less than men in Belgium. Canada comes in 25th among high-income countries, with women earning, on average, 20 per cent less than men.
That's because women don't work as many hours as men, right?
Working full-time, full year, women make 20 per cent less than men in Canada.
Aren't women working less (and getting paid less) because: babies?