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Women bosses earn 35% less than male colleagues

New data released today from the Chartered Management Institute shows that 40 years after the Equal Pay Act outlawed less favourable pay and conditions in the workplace, women bosses are still earning only three-quarters as much as their male colleagues. The widest discrepancies in salaries were seen to be at the higher levels of management, with a “midlife pay crisis” particularly hitting female managers aged over 40, who earn 35% less than men.

Click here to access the full article in The Guardian.

 

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