As reported by the Daily Telegraph, a survey by the Chartered Management Institute has shown that the pharmaceutical industry general paid female workers £14,018 less than males. The study surveyed a total of 43, 312 employees and 197 organisations.
In general, across all sectors, the survey found that a male manager in the UK earns £10,071 more on average than his female colleague. At a senior level, the survey also found that male pay was as much as 24pc higher than women’s. Even at a junior level, male executives were found to have received £1,065 more than females carrying out the same work.
What is your experience of differences in pay according to gender? Do you agree with these results?