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How Is The Pay Gap Between Men and Women Calculated?

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The Government of India enacted severe legislation, the Equal Remuneration Act, 1976, to guarantee equal pay for men and women and to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex. Nonetheless, India has dropped to 112th place from 108th in 2018, according to the Gender Gap Index. While in the United States, according to statistics from the American Association of University Women (AAUW), women continue to earn 82 cents for every dollar earned by males. Why is this cycle perpetuated? Let us begin by grasping the fundamentals.

2.2.2. Comparing women's and men's yearly salaries on a full-time, full-year basis

Historically, the gender pay gap has been calculated using the yearly wages of women and men who worked full-time, defined as at least 35 hours per week for 50 to 54 weeks in the reference year. When measured in this manner, the gender pay gap will be lower than it would be if part-time and/or part-year workersâwho are mostly femaleâare included in the calculation (Chart 2). However, when the gender pay gap is calculated using the yearly wages of full-time, full-year employees, gender inequalities in work hours are only partly eliminated. The reason for this is that women work less hours per week on average than males, even when they are working full-time for the whole year. According to Labour Force Survey statistics, women aged 15 years and older who worked full-time in 2017 worked an average of 38.5 hours per week in their primary job, while their male counterparts worked an average of 41.5 hours per week (a difference of three hours per week).

However, when unpaid labor is taken into consideration in the United States and across the globe, women do more work than males, confirming the conventional notion that women perform disproportionately nonmarket labour. Even among youngsters, this pattern stays true: although females spend more time performing chores than boys, they are less likely to be granted an allowance (University of Michigan 2007). Does gender segregation in the workplace have an effect on women's income expectations?

Juggling family caregiving obligations and employment may be difficult for women who become moms. Mothers, especially those who are married and work full-time, tend to shoulder a greater share of these responsibilities at home than men. In a 2019 poll, moms with children under the age of 18 were more likely than males to report that they needed to limit their work hours, were unable to give their full effort at work, and declined a promotion due to the demands of work and parenting. Approximately one-in-five moms reported being passed over for a critical assignment or advancement at work, and 27% reported being regarded as though they were not devoted to their profession. Americans, on the whole, see equal pay as critical to gender equality. In a 2020 poll, 45 percent of respondents who believe it is critical for women to have equal rights with men cited equal pay as an example of how a society with gender equality may appear. This answer overruled others, such as women not being discriminated against on the basis of their gender or women having an equal representation in leadership roles.

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