The Costa Rica News (TCRN)- In all wage categories women have more years of schooling than men, according to data from the National Household Survey 2009. However, women receive lower salaries for the work they render. This means that ” the Costa Rican labor market still discriminates against women,  who are not paid like men are despite having the same level of education” , stated the economists Roberto del Valle and Andrés Fernández, in charge of the investigation. EF

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San Jose, Costa Rica