Only the construction industry saw women earning more than men, with a 13.1% difference (RM224).
“Female workers in the construction industry were more focused in the group of skilled and semi-skilled workers compared to male workers who tend to work as low-skilled workers,” the report said.
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PETALING JAYA: Men are still earning more than women in Malaysia for doing the same jobs, except in the construction industry and the wage gap between the sexes is widening.
Men are earning an average of RM2,260 a month, compared with RM2,071 for women or a difference of 8.4%, according to the National Statistics Department’s Salaries and Wages Survey Report 2013.
Therefore, it is not surprising that little is known about the biology and ecology of these fascinating fishes.The aim of this study was to determine the differences in lip print between sexes or races, differences in lip measurement between sexes or races and determine a way to estimate sex and race by using lip print or lip measurements for main races in Malaysia.A total of 134 subjects (67 males and 67 females) of Malay, Chinese and India were recruited from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Campus Kuala Lumpur (UKMKKL), Malaysia.In 2012, men earned an average of RM2,083 a month, against RM1,912 for women, a variance of 8.2%.The National Statistics Department did not provide any explanation over the increasing gap.