Across OECD nations at current rates of progress according to the latest PWC Women in work report. It estimates that closing the gap could increase total female earnings by US$2 trillion. The report reviews progress made and ranks OECD nations. The UK is currently listed as 13th in 2015. At the top of the ranking are Iceland, Sweden and Norway.
Other useful resources on Gender pay gaps include:
- ILO data and reports on unequal gender access to the labour market
- World Economic Forum Global Gender Gap report which examines health, education, economy and politics. In 2016 it recorded a slowdown in the progress to equality and calculated 120 years to achieve complete parity.
- For the UK The ONS website has some interesting visual info graphics of the gap, and progress towards reducing it, taken from official UK government sources including the Annual Survey of hours and earnings the Fawcett society blog has details about is Equal pay campaign
- TUC campaigns including videos and research reports can be downloaded from their website