Part-time men reap rewards

November 5, 1999

Men rather than women, and young people rather than old, are likely to reap the greatest employment rewards from part-time higher education study, an Open University Quality Support Centre study reveals. More men than women benefited from salary rises following part-time study, 30 per cent compared with 21 per cent.

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