LMI Insight Report no. 24, How Much Do Women Make Compared to Men? Earnings Differences by Credential and Field of Study
Female graduates from post-secondary education institutions earn substantially less than men. Five years after graduation, women earn less than men in every field of study and across all credentials.
Our new paper by Senior Economist Emna Braham and Executive Director Steven Tobin examines the needs for better and stronger information on skills.
How Much Do They Make? New Evidence on the Early Career Earnings of Canadian Post-Secondary Education Graduates by Credential & Field of Study.
This new report looks at labour market earnings of post-secondary education graduates with some interesting results on the differences by credential, field of study, gender and international student status.