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  • Australian economic growth benefits men over women
  • Australian economic growth benefits men over women
    Sebastiaan ter Burg (2017) ©
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Australian economic growth benefits men over women

Steady growth within the Australian economy is benefiting men disproportionately over women, as the former are more likely to get a pay rise than the latter. As the global conversation shifts towards workplace equality, employers need to make sure progressive gender policies are in place.

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