We knew the gender pay gap still had room for improvement, but a new salary survey by the Chartered Management Institute reveals that women are seriously out of pocket.
The average pay for female managers is £30,612 according to new figures, while men earn on average almost a third more (£39,136) for doing the exact same job.
Therefore women are doing approximately one hour and 40 minutes of work per day for zero income, when compared to male colleagues. Say what?!
The average gap is a slight improvement on 2014 (£9,069), however the higher up the seniority level you go, the worse it gets. At senior or director level, men earn on average £138,699, while women only get £123,756.
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