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Table 3 Total monthly income data: original intervals and percentage of workers in each interval

From: Just like a woman? New comparative evidence on the gender income gap across Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Kazakhstan (tenge) Moldova (leu) Macedonia (denar)
 ≤ 20,000 18.0 18.0 ≤ 1000 21.2 21.2 ≤ 6000 4.7 4.7
 20,001–40,000 41.5 59.5 1001–3000 60.7 81.9 6001–12,000 32.4 37.2
 40,001–50,000 22.3 81.8 3001–5000 13.1 95.0 12,001–18,000 28.6 65.7
 60,001–80,000 9.6 91.3 5001–10,000 4.0 99.0 18,001–24,000 19.3 85.0
 > 80,000 8.7 100.0 > 10,000 1.1 100.0 > 24,000 15.0 100.0
 Total 100 (N = 1109)   100 (N = 860)   100 (N = 928)
Serbia (dinar) Tajikistan (somoni) Ukraine (hryvnia)
 ≤ 10,000 2.8 2.8 ≤ 600 79.0 79.0 ≤ 700 4.9 4.9
 10,001–20,000 29.4 32.3 601–1200 16.9 95.9 701–900 12.2 17.1
 20,001–40,000 43.4 75.6 1201–1800 2.8 98.7 901–1200 21.5 38.6
 40,001–60,000 16.0 91.6 1801–2400 0.8 99.5 1201–2000 35.9 74.5
 > 60,000 8.4 100.0 > 2400 0.5 100.0 > 2000 25.5 100.0
 Total 100 (N = 989)   100 (N = 614)   100 (N = 1033)
  1. Source: UNDP/UNICEF Social Exclusion Dataset 2010 (collected November–December 2009)