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Mean gender pay gap in the financial and insurance sector in the UK 2018

Mean gender pay gap of full time employees in the financial and insurance sector in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2018*, by subsector

by James Cherowbrier, last edited Mar 22, 2019
Mean gender pay gap in the financial and insurance sector in the UK 2018 This statistic presents the mean gender pay gap in the financial and insurance sector in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2018, by subsector. As of 2018, the mean gender pay gap in the Activities auxiliary to financial services and insurance activities was approximately 33 percent. This meant that on average male employed in the financial service activities sector earned 33 percent more than a female employee.
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Mean gender pay gap of full time employees in the financial and insurance sector in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2018*, by subsector

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by James Cherowbrier, last edited Mar 22, 2019
This statistic presents the mean gender pay gap in the financial and insurance sector in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2018, by subsector. As of 2018, the mean gender pay gap in the Activities auxiliary to financial services and insurance activities was approximately 33 percent. This meant that on average male employed in the financial service activities sector earned 33 percent more than a female employee.
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