Financial services called out for highest gender pay gap in UK

Pay gap of 31% between men and women

Laura Dew
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 Financial services has the worst gender pay gap
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Financial services has the worst gender pay gap

The UK financial services sector has been found to have the largest pay gap between male and female employees, with a median of 31%, according to the government pay gap registry.

According to the Financial Times, this information is logged by 126 companies and public sector organisation on the government's pay gap registry. All companies with more than 250 employees must publish...

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