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.
Canadian employment income datasets that may interest you:
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Sources. This dataset is derived from open data portal of Canada (source url) and contains information licensed under the Open Government Licence – Canada.