Czech mothers on average earn less than women without children, while fathers earn more than men without families, according to a new survey by the Central European Labour Studies Institute released on Sunday. The inequality is most evident in the age group of 30 to 39 where women without children make nearly 6,000 crowns less than those with children. The differences between salaries of those with and without children are higher in Prague than in other regions, according to the survey in which some 13,000 people took part.
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