Airlines and banks report significant gender pay gaps as new data released

Several prominent industries have been revealed to possess some of Australia’s most significant gender pay gaps.

Airlines, banks and construction firms were revealed to be major contributors to the infamous pay gap.

A report by Workplace Gender Equality Agency found the national median gender pay gap sits at 19 per cent as the data also showed 37 companies paying women at least 50 per cent less men.

Of companies with more than 5,000 employees, Virgin Australia had the worst gap of 41.7 percent.

Qantas followed closely behind with a 30.7 per cent gap and Commonwealth Bank was the worst of big retail banks with 29.9 per cent gap.

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