Despite years of talk about gender equality, a woman working in Singapore still earns less than a man, in general. For some occupations, the pay gap at the median wage was a whopping 35 to 50 per cent in June 2017, based on the latest official data from the Ministry of Manpower (MOM).
Overall, the median monthly salary of a woman in full-time work was 9 per cent, or $410, less than a man in full-time work.
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