Canada's Male-Female Income Gaps (By Provinces)
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Highest and lowest median income gaps. Vancouver has the highest gap in median employment income between male and female workers at $17,300, while Prince Edward Island has the lowest male-female income gap at $6,300.

Median income gap between gender. Across all provinces and metropolitan areas, the median employment income for female workers are generally 27% lower than that of male workers.

Median income gap between provinces. The widest income gap between provinces is $15,800 - between Ottawa-Gatineau ($44,300) and Prince Edward Island ($28,500).

This dataset reflects the median employment income gaps among provinces and between male and female workers for the year 2018.

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Chart 1: Provinces/Metropolitan Areas with Widest Male-Female Median Income Gap
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Canadian employment income datasets that may interest you:

  Dataset on the top provinces with the highest median employment incomes.

  Dataset on the highest median income gaps between male and female workers for all provinces

  Dataset on the distribution of employment income for all provinces

Sources. This dataset is derived from open data portal of Canada (source url) and contains information licensed under the Open Government Licence – Canada.


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