Within the government sector, other Crown services had the largest pay gap in 2022. This mainly related to School Support Staff, who made up 53.4% of other Crown services. These employees had a lower median remuneration of $57,818, and 91.2% were women.
The median remuneration for Transport Service increased by 25.0%. In the Transport Service, the median remuneration for women increased (10.9%), from $113,322 in 2021 to $125,712 in 2022. For men, median remuneration increased (43.6%), from $90,949 in 2021 to $130,623 in 2022. This mainly stems from the privatisation of the State Transit Authority, where 2,660 bus drivers with a median remuneration of $61,157 left the public sector, of which 95.2% were men.
The Public Service was the only service where the median remuneration of women was equal to that of men. Overall, 56.7% of employees in the Public Service and 51.2% of senior executives were women.