Women's Salary in Georgia Is 35.6% Less than Men's

The Statistics Office of Georgia (Geostat) released a report on the average monthly salaries in the country in 2017, which reads that men’s salary exceeds women’s salary by 35.6% in nearly every field.

Geostat says that last year, the average monthly nominal salary for women and men increased by 5.3 and 7.2% respectively compared to 2016, and the average female salary amounted to 770 GEL and the average salary of men - 1.197 GEL.

Average monthly earnings of employees by sex in 2000-2017 shows that men’s salary has always been much higher in Georgia than women’s and last year it reached the maximum difference.

Pay gap in Georgia 

By Thea Morrison



09 October 2018 10:56