AT A GLANCE: Stats reveal that women are more likely to be involved in unpaid work than men

Women are more likely to be involved in unpaid work.
Women are more likely to be involved in unpaid work.

According to GenderGap.AFRICA, on average a man earns 67% more than a woman in South Africa. Stats SA has also reported that women are more vulnerable to unemployment than men, across all races.

The two-day Jobs Summit held in Johannesburg on Thursday and Friday is tasked with finding solutions for job creation.

According to Fin24 reports, the summit is expected to agree on a method that will see businesses employing more than 50 people reporting on pay ratios in their annual financial statements. Currently, this is how women are affected by unemployment:

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