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Gender pay gap by economic activities, 2013-2022

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Earnings Statistics Division
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Statistical survey - M3-Annualy 'Salary earnings and labour force cost'
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Data includes units with 1 and more employees.
Starting with 2013, the new version of the classification CAEM Rev.2 harmonized with NACE Rev. 2 is used.
Information is presented without the data on districts from the left side of the river Nistru and municipality Bender.
Data is aggregated by homogeneous activity of units, the data on secondary activities are each included in the economic activities according to the corresponding CAEM-2.
Gender pay gap (in unadjusted form) – the share of the difference between the average gross monthly earnings of men and women in the average gross monthly earnings of men expressed as percentage.