A recent study by movehub released March of 2014 reports on the gender pay gap that still exists between men and women.
The study reported on forty countries where men still received higher pay. South Korea had the highest pay gap (37.5%) and Slovenia had the lowest (3.5%). Even countries who consider themselves to be at the forefront of equal rights face a significant difference in the pay between men and women.
Statistics from the European Commission agree with the data found by movehub. Certain countries were reported to have an extreme gender pay gap.
The data presented disappointed many including Time magazine. It shows just how far the world is from gender equality.