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The gender pay gap is hiding in men's bonuses

The difference between men?s and women?s salaries fell to a record low last year, but the so-called gender pay gap persists in bonuses, with men taking home almost twice as much in extra rewards than women. Female workers who have graduated from university within the past five years earn an average of 17pc less than their male peers, meaning a woman earns 83pc to every 1 pocketed by a man, according to an analysis of more than 49,000 wages by the salary benchmarking website Emolument.

 

This article was published in The Telegraph, 19th May 2015

 

The gender pay gap is hiding in men's bonuses, published in The Telegraph, 19th May 2015

 

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