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Industry news: Diversity & Inclusion

Male graduates earn 15% more than women

01 April 2019   (0 Comments)
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The figures from the government’s database of graduate employment and earnings reveal that the graduate gender pay gap has widened for three consecutive years, 
with men earning 15% more than women five years after completing their degrees.

Median earnings for men five years after graduating was £28,300, compared with £24,700 for women.

The report suggests that the gap is partly caused by incidence of women in part-time work or staying on at university.

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