In all developed countries, women earn less than men in all job categories. In the EU, women managers are the worst off compared with men. For instance, sources from Eurostat show that the women managers in countries like the United Kingdom received only 2/3 from the wages of men managers even thought they have the same level of education and the same skills, another example is Sweden, where among the EU countries is the greatest equality, this proportion is only 80%. Researches show that the jobs, which are closest to be equal are in lower-paid non-manual jobs e.g. clerks, shop assistants etc. What is even more interesting is the fact that women in older age groups fall even further short of the average earnings of their male counterparts. On the other hand women in the age between 20 and 24 get almost 85-95% of the wage of men in the same age. In addition although women with a university degree may earn more than women with lower qualifications but they actually earn a smaller percentage of the equivalent male earnings. In conclusion there is an increasing trend of widened wage gap between more and less educated people, but this trend is even worse for men. Although men still earn better than women in all education categories but the trend for men with less than a secondary education is worse than for women with the same education level. If this trend continues, wage equality between poorly educated men and women in will become reality very soon. However, as in the EU, the wage gap between well-educated men and women has not narrowed. The well-educated women earnings represent only 65-70% of men earnings. So women, what should we do???