Women earn less than men in over 90% of job categories

Women earn more than men in more than 90% of job categories, according to analysis done by the Guardian newspaper.

Women earn more than men in more than 90% of job categories, according to analysis done by the Guardian newspaper.
It found men earn more in 370 out of 426 job classifications, that women earn more in 53 categories and there is equal pay in only three categories.
The findings are based on analysis of statistics from the Office for National Statistics. They find that the job categories with the biggest pay disparity are metal making and brokerage, where men earn 52% and 42.4% respectively more than women. The average full-time male worker doing overtime earns 19.9% more than a woman and 10.2% when overtime is excluded.
Another survey by Ipsos Mori for Amnesty International, the Fawcett Society and Women’s Aid shows 47% of women do not think they are treated equally to men at work.





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