The gender pay gap does not just impact a woman once in her life.
It has a compounding effect that results in a woman’s reduced earning capacity over her lifetime.
Even though progress is continuing to slowly happen, as of December 2022 Australia's gender pay gap is 22.8%. Women, on average earn, $26,596 less than men each year!
When Venus won Wimbledon for the first time in 2000, the men’s singles champion received more prize money than the women’s singles champion.
From that day, Venus felt compelled to campaign for equality for women and after a long and persistent fight became the first woman to collect an equal-sized champion's check at Wimbledon in 2007.
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