The new report on the World Labor Organization, the ILO on the level of wages indicates that the increase in salaries around the world in 2017 was significantly lower since 2008 and women are still being paid less than men.
The report “2018-2019 salary rate”, released today in Geneva Uswis and the World Labor Organization ILO, says worldwide wages rate dropped to 1.1.8 percent in 2017 from 2.4 percent in 2016, due to revenue collected from 136 countries .
The report also explains that the global salary gap has stated that women continue to earn about 20% less than the average population. and for developing countries the gap is focused on high-paying jobs while in income-generating countries, what a huge gap of salary is in small-scale jobs.
According to the evidence collected by the report, the reasons for the differences between education levels among women and men who work and pay are very small in the salary gap between women and women. rosalia Vazquez-Alvarez, an ILO economist and salary expert.
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.”Basically the production rate has declined slightly over the last two years with a salary rate left on the pile so the gap between labor increases and salaries still exists at a rate.”
ILO’s CEO, Guy Ryder has said the most remarkable is that despite the GDP output and the number of unemployed dropdown gap still exists between men and women in salaries.