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Closing The Gap: Gender & Superannuation

February 19, 2024

There exists a persistent and concerning gender gap in superannuation.

Women often find themselves disadvantaged compared to their male counterparts when building wealth for their golden years. Superannuation plays a crucial role in this narrative, whether via income, career breaks or even Australia’s retirement savings system.

Let us explore the factors contributing to the gender gap in superannuation and discuss actionable steps to empower women to bridge this divide and secure their financial futures.

Understanding The Gender Gap

Closing The Gap

Closing the gender gap in superannuation is a multifaceted challenge that requires concerted efforts from individuals, employers, governments, and society.

By addressing income disparities, supporting women’s career progression, increasing financial literacy, implementing supportive policies, and fostering equitable partnerships, Australia can empower women to bridge the superannuation gender gap and achieve financial security in retirement.

Together, we can create a future where all women have the opportunity to retire with dignity and independence.