OECD women's pensions on average worth 28% less than men

Gap ranges from 5% in Estonia to 40% Germany

(ANSA) Rome, March 2 - Women's old age pensions in OECD countries are on average 28% lower to those of men with the gap ranging from 5% in Estonia to 40% in Germany, according to study results published Monday.
    In Italy the difference in value of pensions between men and women is on average over 30%, due to women working fewer years, often part-time and in lower-paid jobs, according to the study.
   

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