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Gender pay gap to remain until 2069, report says
The gender pay gap in the UK will not close until 2069 based on current salary progression, research suggests. Accountancy firm Deloitte said the hourly pay gap between men and women of 9.4%, or about �1.30, was narrowing by just two-and-a-half pence ...
Gender pay gap 'won't close until 2069'  
Gender pay gap will persist until 2067 unless women join STEM careers  
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