According to the report, job choice is the biggest contributo

 the gender pay gap. Men generally are more inclined to take jobs with high work intensity and high sala

ries, such as technician or salesman, for example. Women, on the other hand, prefer jobs with average work intensity and

moderate salaries, such as administrative, operational and marketing positions. In the past two ye

ars, more and more women have taken up senior technical, senior management and other senior posts. How

ever, in most well-paid positions, the ratio of men to women is still seriously unbalanced.

In terms of industries, the engineering and manufacturing industries, including mining, smelting and chemistry, have a bigg

er gender pay gap. In the science and tech industries, such as the internet, medical care and electronic co

mmunications, large differences in earnings between women and men also exist, the report said.