Gender pay gap in U.K. Begins right after graduation

Liverpool, 9March2015, Photo: Anthony Moretti

The Guardian reminds us that sexism is alive and well in the (British) workplace. But you might be surprised at how immediately it shows up.

Figures collected by universities from graduates entering the workforcefound that men had already begun earning on average 10% more than women 15 months after they left university, and that even among graduates with similar qualifications there remained a wide gap in pay.

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