In Paraguay, women earn more as entrepreneurs or independents

According to the president of the Paraguayan Association of Executive and Professional Businesswomen (APEP), Lourdes Gómez, 95% of the MSMEs in Paraguay are led by women.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The idea that the role of women in society is increasingly preponderant has been highlighted for some time, and currently, in fact, it has a prominent place in business, but when it comes to talking about equitable salary conditions, there is still much to improve. Because, being dependent employees, they experience a salary gap of G. 500,000 (guarani) compared to men, unlike when they are businesswomen or independent professionals.

It is part of what the president of the Paraguayan Association of Executive and Professional Businesswomen (APEP), Lourdes Gómez, said in an interview for the . . .

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