Diversity and difference

Women earn £8400 a year less than men by the time they hit age 50

A press release from the TUC reveals that:

  • Women earn less than men at every stage of their career

  • The gender pay gap is at its widest when women hit 50

A new analysis of official statistics published by the TUC today (Friday) shows that the gender pay gap is at its widest when a woman hits 50, when the average woman working full-time will earn £8,421 a year less than the average full-time working man.

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