Gender Wage Gap in Alberta Increasing

From Canadian Labour Reporter¬† A new report from the Parkland Institute says the wage gap between men and women in Alberta is heading in the wrong direction. According to the report from the University of Alberta research group, full-time working women earn about 37 per cent less per year than men. When comparing the average total income in Alberta, women earn about 42 per cent less per year than men. In comparison, the gender wage gap for full-time earners sits at about 20 per cent in Saskatchewan, 25 per cent in Quebec… Read More