Pay gap shows sex divide

March 3, 2000

Men with degrees earn about 15 per cent more than male non-graduates and women earn 35 per cent more than female non-graduates, according to the Institute of Fiscal Studies. Compared with their male counterparts, female graduates earn 23 per cent less and female non-graduates earn 43 per cent less.

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