Icelandic Central Bank’s female employees earn slightly more than men

Gender equality

The Central Bank of Iceland’s female employees earn slightly more than the men, it announced on November 25.

Women earned on average 1.6% more than men in 2020. “The analysis therefore revealed that there is no unexplained gender-based pay gap at the bank,” said the central bank in a statement.

The central bank had aimed to reduce the gender pay gap below 2% this year. It currently employs 145 men and 127 women.

The number of staff increased earlier this year following the merger of the

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