As per CNN:
The strike, which is known as the “Women’s Day Off” or “Kvennafrí” in Icelandic, hopes to raise awareness about the “systemic” wage discrimination and gender-based violence faced by women in Iceland, according to organizers.
Icelandic Prime Minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir told Icelandic news site Iceland Monitor on Friday that she will not work on the strike day and expects other female members of government to do the same “in solidarity with Icelandic women.”
“As you know, we have not yet reached our goals of full gender equality and we are still tackling the gender-based wage gap, which is unacceptable in 2023. We are still tackling gender-based violence, which has been a priority for my government to tackle,” Jakobsdóttir said.
When adjusted for hours worked, years of experience, job type and other variables, what's the current wage gap in Iceland? I can find dozens of articles about the planned strike but I can't figure out what the actual wage gap is supposed to be?
Update: I’m well aware that the unadjusted figure for Iceland is 21%. I’m specifically looking for the adjusted number.