Citi's move comes as a report released last week showed that women in Singapore earned 6 per cent less than their men in 2018 after adjusting for factors like occupation, age and education, according to research by the Ministry of Manpower and the National University of Singapore.
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Citi's move comes as a report released last week showed that women in Singapore earned 6 per cent less than their men in 2018 after adjusting for factors like occupation, age and education, according to research by the Ministry of Manpower and the National University of Singapore.