Bill of wrongs 2

January 23, 2004

Female graduates earn the same as males with A levels - £22,000-£23,000 aged 30 to 50 years. Male graduates earn about £13,000 more.

Females with A levels earn between £10,000 and £12,000. This shows the fallacy of relative graduate premium.

Should females pay for an education to give them equality with lesser educated males?

Hugh Fletcher
Queen's University Belfast

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