5 Facts about Gender Equality in Norway
Norway is considered one of the most gender-equal countries in the world, but there are still systemic differences that affect the opportunities available to men and women in society.
On average, women's hourly wages are 89 kroner for every 100 kroner men earn
23.5 percent of female pensioners recieve the minimum pension. The number for men is 4.2 percent
14 percent of CEOs in Norway's largest companies are women
40 percent representatives on municipal councils in Norway are women
85 percent of Norwegian employees work in male- or female-dominated occupations