1. Ireland has gender pension gap of 35% – study  BreakingNews.ie
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  3. Gender pension gap: Women left €600 worse off each month  Independent.ie
  4. Women face continued gender pension gap - ESRI  RTE.ie
  5. Women get €150 a week less than men due to gender pensions gap  Independent.ie
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The ESRI has put the gender pension gap at 35%.The ESRI has put the gender pension gap at 35%.

There's a big difference between what Irish men and women are living off in retirement

The average pension income of retired women is 35 per cent lower than men, a report has found.The Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) said that the government should look to increase female participation in the workforce to address the issue. It said that this could be done through more aThe average pension income of retired women is 35 per cent lower than men, a report has found. The Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) said that the government should look to increase...

Huge pension gap between women and men | Ireland | The Times

The full extent of the gender pension gap has been revealed, with retired women getting €153 less a week in pensions than men.The full extent of the gender pension gap has been revealed, with retired women getting €153 less a week in pensions than men.

Gender pension gap: Women left €600 worse off each month - Independent.ie

Women's pensions are up to a third lower than those of retired men, according to the latest research from the Economic and Social Research Institute.Women's pensions are up to a third lower than those of retired men, according to the latest research from the Economic and Social Research Institute.

Women face continued gender pension gap - ESRI

Research found the average total weekly pension income in 2010 was €280 euro for women and €433 euro for men, indicating a gender pension gap.Research found the average total weekly pension income in 2010 was €280 euro for women and €433 euro for men, indicating a gender pension gap.

Ireland has gender pension gap of 35% – study

Headline Men claim €433 in pension payouts as women only get €280Irish men are being paid 35% more from their pensions than women, according to new research.

Men claim €433 in pension payouts as women only get €280