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Gender pay gap at UK’s biggest firms is growing, data suggests

Exclusive: women’s median hourly rate on average 10.2% less than men’s, compared with 9.3% in 2018

  • Reminded of the gap: why men still get paid more in UK public sector

The gender pay gap reported to the government by Britain’s biggest firms is widening, Guardian analysis shows, prompting warnings that women face a bleak and worsening economic picture in 2022.

Three years after a new law compelled companies to reveal the difference between male and female wages, data shows that eight out of 10 organisations with more than 250 staff still pay men more than women.

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