Brechas salariales de género en España
According to the latest available data, Spanish women have an average salary per hour, about 17% less than men. This difference, which is around the European average, increases with age, and that this is particularly pronounced in people with a lower level of education. This study has identified as the main causes of the gender pay gap, the occupational segregation, the highly unequal distribution of tasks in Spain, pauses in working life related with maternity and the existence of "glass ceilings" in the professional development of women. The study recommends concrete policies in the area of reconciliation between work and family life.