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This infographic provides an update on Singapore’s adjusted gender pay gap. In 2020, full-time female employees aged 25 to 54 earned 14.4% lower than their male counterparts, narrowing from 16.3% in 2018. After accounting for human capital and labour market factors, Singapore’s adjusted gender pay gap is 4.3%, lower than in 2018. From 2018 to 2020, the gender pay gap narrowed as occupational profile of females improved. This is a follow up to the study,
Singapore’s Adjusted Gender Pay Gap, by the Manpower Research and Statistics Department of the Ministry of Manpower and the National University of Singapore.
Released on: 21 October 2021