COVID-19 costs women 36 year wait to economic equality

The latest Financy Women’s Index shows how COVID-19 has cost Australian women a further delay in achieving economic equality.

By Financy, August 18, 2020

The Coronavirus pandemic has prolonged the timeframe for achieving economic gender equality in Australia to 36 years due to a decline in female workforce participation in the June quarter.

The Financy Women’s Index shows that in just four months of the COVID-19 health crisis, four years had been added to the estimated time it will take to achieve economic equality. During the period, the gap between the number of men and women in full-time employment has widened.

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