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Gender Pay Gap Reversed For Some Ethnic Groups

7 March 2017

Research published by the Fawcett Society has found that Caribbean and white Irish women earn more on average than their male counterparts. This reversal of the general UK pay gap has been explained by the report's authors as due to a higher rate of Caribbean mothers taking shorter periods of maternity leave, whilst white Irish women have a higher rate of employment and are more likely to be in full time employment than white British women.

Read BBC News' article here.

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