OUSA Campaigns Against Gender Pay Gap, “Bachelorette Degree”

The Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA) is launching a campaign to bring attention to the gender pay gap in Ontario.  Female university graduates make an average of about $300,000 less over the course of their career as compared to male university graduates, according to Statistics Canada. The Pay Equity Commission of Ontario calculates that the overall gender pay gap in Ontario is still 30 per cent.

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