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Study: Gender Pay Inequality Persists in Travel Industry

According to new research by C&M Travel Recruitment and C&M Executive Recruitment, women in the travel industry continue to earn less than their male contemporaries at all position levels with the exception of junior roles. The study goes on to say that on average, women beginning new executive roles earn about 7.56% less than men in comparable roles, breaking down to a £3,596 difference in annual salary. Furthermore, women occupying senior roles earn 1.54% less than men at the same level and women in mid-level positions earn 3.21% less on average.

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weero May 7, 2017

The study comes half a year too late, probably aimed at a Clinton victory. Did they not get the memo - Trump won? Now a different flavor of political propaganda messages are broadcasted as 'studies'.