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Thursday, August 10, 2017

Gender pay gap widening at one in four government bodies, figures show | Politics | The Guardian

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Gap across civil service has shrunk by two points since 2010, suggesting equality will take another 37 years It will take the civil service more than 37 years to achieve pay equality between men and women, and one in four government departments and agencies have seen the gender pay gap widen over the past decade, according to a Guardian analysis. Data shows that the average male civil servant in 2017 is paid £28,280 and the average female employee £24,680 – a gap of £3,600 or 13%, down only sli.  show all text
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