Gender Pay Gap Data

Currently, Australia’s national gender pay gap is 14.1 per cent.

The national gender pay gap is calculated by WGEA using the latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

As of May 2022, women’s average weekly ordinary full- time earnings across all industries and occupations was $1,609.00 compared to men’s average weekly ordinary full- time earnings of $1,872.90. This means that on average, women earned $263.90 less than men. 

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