Gender pay gap falls for Millennials, but ‘motherhood penalty’ remains

  The gender pay gap for Millennials in their 20s has halved to just five per cent, but evidence shows the gap increases as women enter their 30s and 40s. This is according to analysis by the Resolution Foundation, which tracked typical hourly pay of different generations of women over the course of their careers compared to their...

Wednesday, 4 January 2017

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Gender pay gap falls for Millennials, but ‘motherhood penalty’ remains