Old Lady suffers from gender pay gap: Female staff at Bank of England earn a quarter less



Women who work at the Bank of England are paid almost a quarter less than men.
On average, female employees earn 24.2 per cent less than male staff.
Men and women who do the same jobs are paid the same – but top roles are dominated by men.
A concentration of women in lower-paid positions means that they typically pocket less cash.
The Bank has been criticised for the lack of women in top jobs. 
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23 November 2017 in Business, Views: 57
Source: Daily Mail
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