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NHS gender pay gap

10th November 2009

Research by the British Medical Association has found that men working in the NHS are being paid much higher salaries than women who do the same job.

The study looked at the salaries of 1,015 doctors working within the health service and found the overall average difference in salary between male and female doctors was £15,235. The report concluded: "Our results show that men and women with identical experience and expertise are paid differently - which suggests evidence of discrimination."


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Article Information

Title: NHS gender pay gap
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 13193
Date Added: 10th Nov 2009


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