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11 May 2017

Gender pay gap in higher education

Fascinating table of salaries in UK universities recently published by Times Higher Education.   

The analysis reveals that the overall pay gap between male and female academics in the UK was 10.53 per cent in 2015-16, a 0.43 percentage point decrease on 2014-15.

It marks the fifth consecutive year that the gap has narrowed. However, while across the UK, the gender pay gap for professors remained smaller at 5.83 per cent, this represented an increase on the year before of 0.06 percentage points.

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