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Most Advantaged Graduates Earn Up To 15% More

13 December 2016

New research from Deloitte has found that in some professions the starting salaries of graduates from the most advantaged backgrounds are up to 15% higher than their least advantaged colleagues, despite holding the same degree. On average the starting salary pay gap between the most and least advantaged graduates was 10%, although the study found that in some STEM professions including medicine & dentistry and engineering & technology the pay gap was slightly inverted in favour of those from the least advantaged backgrounds.

Read HR Magazine's article here.

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