Female graduates undervalue their worth as they enter the job market

  When we reported on the LEO findings at the end of last month, we were drawn to the earnings gap data – which highlighted how, of the 23 subject areas that were measured, only one showed female earnings to exceed their male counterparts within five years. Indeed, female graduates earn on average £6,500 less than their male...

Wednesday, 12 July 2017

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Female graduates undervalue their worth as they enter the job market
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