Financial equality more than a generation away

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Australian women are well over a generation away from achieving financial equality with the latest Financy Women’s Index* showing that progress has slowed over the past financial year despite a record narrowing of the superannuation gender gap. The Women’s Index rose 0.5 points to 123.9 points in the June quarter, from a revised 123.4 points […]

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Women are at least 12 years from financial equality

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Economic equality is unlikely to be achieved until at least 2031 despite women making record progress in the March quarter, according to the latest Financy Women’s Index. The Women’s Index, which measures the economic progress of Australian women on a quarterly basis, rose 1.9 points to 122.7 points in the March quarter, up from a […]

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Women’s Index improves but falls 37.5% short of new economic progress target

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The economic progress of Australian women marched higher over the past 12 months, helped by wages growth, more women in full-time work and occupying top company board positions. The Financy Women’s Index, supported by Data Digger, gained 1.4 points or 1.1% to 126 points in the three months to September, from a revised 124.6 points […]

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Support grows for development of The Women’s Index

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The Financy Women’s Index set to grow with help from inaugural platinum sponsor OneVue and support of new Advisory Committee. The Financy Women’s Index has secured a longer-term sponsorship arrangement with Australian listed fintech group OneVue Holdings (OVH), in another sign that support continues to grow for the Australian economic progress benchmark. Speaking ahead of […]

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Women’s Index shows economic progress in FY18 despite H1 setback

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Women’s economic measure finds that Australian women are progressing but it’s a one step forward, two step back march. The latest Financy Women’s Index powered by Data Digger has revealed that the economic progression of Australian women has suffered a disappointing setback and is yet to fully recover from a drop in workforce participation and […]

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Financy Women’s Index shows improvement as #PressforProgress campaign continues momentum for equality

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Female economic measure finds that Australian women are progressing on jobs, super, pay and education but not on boards. More Australian women are taking advantage of opportunities to progress in the economy by engaging in the workforce in record numbers and making educational decisions that align with higher paying careers, the Financy Women’s Index shows. […]

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Financy Women’s Index cuts through pay noise

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The Financy Women’s Index shows why we need to focus on data facts as we press for change on gender pay. The release of the latest Financy Women’s Index received increased media attention just as many high profile women and their supporters push for an end to the gender pay disparity in Australia. In an ABC Lateline exclusive, […]

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