Slovene-English Dual Text: Ženske So Še Vedno Slabše Plačane Kot Moški

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Ženske so še vedno slabše plačane kot moški

Women are still paid less than men

Written by Sonja Merljak Zdovc, translated by JL Flanner & G Translate

Ženske že drugi dan niso prejele plačila za svoje delo. In tako bo vse do konca leta.

For the second day, women were not paid for their work. And so it will be until the end of the year.

V resnici ni čisto tako. Ženske bodo prejemale plačilo tudi v novembru in decembru.

In truth this is not quite the case. Women will also be paid in November and December.

A ker so za enako delo v povprečju slabše plačane kot moški, razliko v plačilu prikazujemo s podatkom, od katerega dne v letu simbolično delajo zastonj.

But because they are paid less than men on average for the same work, we can indicating the difference in pay with data showing from which day they work symbolically for free.

Temu dnevu rečemo tudi evropski dan enakega plačila. Letos je to 4. november.

This day is also called European Equal Pay Day. This year is November 4th.

Iz Evropske komisije so sporočili, da je plačna vrzel v Evropski uniji 16-odstotna. Od lanskega leta, ko je znašala 16,2 odstotka, je torej za malenkost manjša.

The European Commission said the wage gap in the European Union was 16%. Since last year, when it stood at 16.2 percent, it is slightly smaller.

Preračunano v dneve bi lahko rekli, da bodo ženske letos za svoje delo plačo prejemale en dan več. Lani je bil namreč evropski dan enakega plačila 3. november.

In terms of days, it could be said that women will receive one day of pay more for their work this year. Last year was European Equal Pay Day on November 3rd.

V Sloveniji je plačna vrzel polovico nižja od povprečja Evropske unije, in sicer znaša osem odstotkov. To je dobro, saj Slovenijo ta podatek uvršča na 6. mesto v Evropski uniji.

In Slovenia, the wage gap is half lower than the European Union average of eight percent. This is good, as Slovenia is ranked 6th in the European Union.

A strokovnjaki ob tem opozarjajo, da plačna vrzel najhitreje narašča prav pri nas.

But experts point out that the pay gap is widening the fastest in our country.

Poleg tega ženske še vedno pogosteje delajo v slabše plačanih poklicih, redkeje napredujejo in so premalo zastopane na vodstvenih položajih.

In addition, women are still more likely to work in lower-paying careers, be less frequently promoted and under-represented in management positions.

Po mnenju devetih od desetih Evropejcev in Evropejk je nedopustno, da so ženske za enako delo slabše plačane od moških.

According to nine in ten Europeans, it is unacceptable that women are paid less than men for equal work.

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