Closing the gender super gap
Posted on: 13 Mar 2019

Closing the gender super gap

For as long as women have been active in the workforce, they have faced financial inequality...

... from the ‘gender pay gap’, which sees women working full-time earning 18 per cent less than men (and female graduates earning $5,000 less than male graduates in the same role), to the ‘super gap’, which sees women currently retiring with 44 per cent less super than men. ABS data from 2017 shows the average super balance for women aged 55 to 64 is $180,000, but for men it’s $322,000.

Rent Cover put together some great information on this topic, read the full article.

The RentCover Report - Super Woman: closing the gender super gap. (2019, March 8). Retrieved from