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THE GAPSQUARE TEAM ON USING DATA TO ELIMINATE THE GENDER PAY GAP

Posted by Hazel Lush on Apr 4, 2017 11:27:00 AM

The Office of National Statistics puts the national gender pay gap in 2016 at 9.4% for full-time employees, although if you include part-time workers, the pay gap climbs to 18.1%. When you start looking at the breakdown across industries, the differences are even more stark. Construction and building trade supervisors have the highest gender pay gap, at a staggering 45%. Financial managers and directors come in second at 36%, even when their workforce has 41% women. This is not to say that other industries have a much smaller, or sometimes negative gender pay gap. In artistic, literary and media occupations, the pay gap is 2.7% with the same composition of the workforce as the finance sector. Hairdressers and barbers are at a negative pay gap of -1.1%, although women account for 90% of the workforce here.

Gapsquare are writing about tackling the Gender Pay Gap in collaboration with Equality & Diversity. Read more at http://bit.ly/2o6LIBz

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