More than 1,000 women workers across China were surveyed for the Global Labor Force Survey 2016, the latest of a series of global labor surveys.
The survey, which covers China, the Philippines, South Korea, Indonesia and India, found that the gender pay gap for both men and women has grown over the past 10 years, from a 0.5-percentage point gap in the 2000s to a 9-percent difference in 2016.
The gap is much larger for Asian women, with a 10-point gap in 2015.
The gender wage premium has widened for both women and men over the years, with women earning about 75 cents for every dollar a man earned in the past decade.
In fact, it has grown to a ratio of 6-to-1 for women in the last 10 years.
Women in India are earning only 72 cents for a dollar earned by a man.
In China, they earn only 70 cents for the same dollar earned.
And in Indonesia, women earn only 63 cents for their dollar earned from men.
This gap between men and woman is particularly pronounced in the Asian countries that have suffered most from China’s economic slowdown.
The country has seen a massive economic contraction, with unemployment rate at nearly 25 percent and a severe housing crisis, leading to mass evictions.
The Chinese government has launched a massive nationwide anti-corruption drive in an attempt to contain the crisis.
The report said that while the gender gap is the largest in the world, there are many reasons behind it.
It is due to a large share of women who are employed in domestic work.
The majority of women work in the home, while men do not have the same rights.
These are factors that contribute to the wage gap.
Another factor is that the Chinese are generally more willing to take on extra responsibilities such as caring for elderly relatives or raising children.
The Global Labor Survey also found that women in India have the lowest average hourly earnings of any country surveyed.
India is one of the world’s most unequal countries, with the average female worker earning only 67 cents for an hour’s work, compared to men earning more than 100 cents.