Gender and ethnicity pay gaps begin immediately after university

New research on the labour market shows that the UK gender pay gap applies as soon as graduates finish their degrees.   The study, conducted by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), focused on the salaries of 2018 graduates over the first 15 months since graduating. It found that on average, men earn 10 per…

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