Female empowerment in Luxembourg

Ever wondered what the state of female empowerment looks like in Luxembourg?


NEW - Beast and Equilibre bring you a great overview of the statistics in Luxembourg on the state of gender equality!

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Thank you to the Foundation IDEA, think tank initiated by the Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg, for this great dataset.


Women at work

Education

 In the 25-54 age bracket, women have a higher proportion of university level education than men.

In the 25-54 age bracket, women have a higher proportion of university level education than men.

 Gender employment gap :  Luxembourg Average: 11 pp  Europe Union Average: 11,6 pp

Gender employment gap :

Luxembourg Average: 11 pp

Europe Union Average: 11,6 pp

 

Employment Rate of Women

 Employment Rate of Women 2006-2016

Employment Rate of Women 2006-2016

Part-Time Working

 19% of workers in Luxembourg are part time workers 39% of women working, work part-time and 6% of men working, work part-time.

19% of workers in Luxembourg are part time workers 39% of women working, work part-time and 6% of men working, work part-time.

 

Part-time by choice?

 In Luxembourg, part time is a choice for a large majority of « part timers » !

In Luxembourg, part time is a choice for a large majority of « part timers » !

Salaries after motherhood

 Average Gross Salary advantage declines after motherhood

Average Gross Salary advantage declines after motherhood

 

Gender Pay Gap

Board and Top Executives

 Average wage per hour. Per job (in €) (Eurostat, 2014) - Luxembourg at 5,7% in 2014

Average wage per hour. Per job (in €) (Eurostat, 2014) - Luxembourg at 5,7% in 2014

 Representation of women on boards or as top executives ranks Luxembourg as one of the worst countries in Europe.  -11% of board members  -12% of top executives

Representation of women on boards or as top executives ranks Luxembourg as one of the worst countries in Europe.

-11% of board members

-12% of top executives