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- Women comprise 47.0% of all employed persons in Australia: 25.6% of all employed persons are women working full-time, and 21.4% working part-time.
- Women constitute 37.3% of all full-time employees and 68.1% of all part-time employees.
- The full-time average weekly ordinary earnings for women is 14.0% less than for men.
- Among non-public sector organisations with 100 or more employees, the gender pay gap for full-time annualised base salary is 16.2%, and 21.3% for full-time annualised total remuneration.
- The adult full-time average hourly earnings for non-managerial women are 11.4% less than for non-managerial men.
- Of all women aged 20-24, 89.9% have attained year 12 qualifications or above, compared to 84.4% of men in the same age bracket. Of all women aged 25-29, 44.7% have achieved a bachelor degree or above, compared to 32.1% of similarly-aged men.
- The average undergraduate starting salaries for women are 4.8% less than for men. This gap widens to 14.6% for postgraduate (coursework) graduates.
- Average superannuation balances for women at retirement (aged 60-64) are 42.0% lower than those for men.
- Women hold 13.7% of chair positions and 25.8% of directorships, and represent only 17.1% of CEOs and 30.5% of key management personnel.
- 35.2% of boards and governing bodies have no female directors. By contrast, only 0.9% have no male directors
- 29.6% of directors in the ASX 200 are women
- Women comprised 45.4% of new appointments to ASX 200 boards in 2018