Even though women received the right to vote 110 years ago, new research by The Australia Institute has found they are still earning 17.4% than men in the workplace.
This translates to far less super for women to retire on in the future. If women take time off to have children, care for an elderly parent or lose their job the difference between their super and men’s super becomes far worse
Tanya Martin Office Manager
Jake Wishart Senior Media Adviser