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Tech's gender pay gap persists on Ada Lovelace Day

Women in tech earn up to 32 per cent less than their male counterparts. The gender pay gap is alive and well in the technology industry, with new figures released on Ada Lovelace Day revealing a worrying difference between the amount men and women are paid. Women can expect to earn as much as 32 per cent less than their male counterparts in the tech sector, with C++ senior developers who are men earning 82,000 a year compared to 56,000 for women

 

This article was published in IT Pro, 13rd October 2015

 

Tech's gender pay gap persists on Ada Lovelace Day, published in IT Pro, 13rd October 2015

 

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