At 3.4%, Luxembourg was just behind Belgium (3.3%) in male-female wage disparity, and just ahead of Costa Rica (3.7%), Slovenia (5%) and Italy (5.6%).
The largest gaps were recorded in South Korea (37.2%), South Africa (40.5%) and India (56%).
At the same time, Luxembourg had the fifth lowest proportion of female managers (18.2%), ranking between Indonesia (23.2%) and India (14.5%).
Latvia (44.3%), the US (43.4%) and Colombia (43%) had the highest share of women managers in the OECD study.
The grand duchy scored in the middle of the pack in terms of the gender gap in the labour participation rate: 10.4%. That is a similar figure as Russia (10.9%) and Spain (10.8%), and the UK (10.3%) and New Zealand (10.2%).