MIND THE GENDER PAY GAP

Women work for free 1h 40m a day.

Analysis of the 2015 National Management Salary Survey of 72,000 UK managers reveals that women working in equivalent full-time roles earn 22% less than men, meaning that they’re unpaid for 1h 40m a day – a total of 57 working days every year.

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Find out the full state of pay for women from the Mind The Gender Pay Gap infographic.

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