TALLINN - The reasons behind the relatively high gap between men’s and women’s salaries in Estonia are unknown to a large extent, therefore, further studies are necessary to solve the problem, Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip said, reports national broadcasting corporation ERR.“Of course, I share the view that the gender pay gap is a problem in Estonia. Twenty seven percent is the highest figure in the European Union. You won’t find a prime minister anywhere who would say that that’s perfectly normal,” Ansip said at the April 19 weekly Cabinet p...
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