18 October 2016
Women earn less than men at every stage in their careers, but the gender pay gap is at its widest when a woman hits 50, according to a new analysis of official UK statistics by the Trades Union Councils. The TUC reports that a woman working full-time would be paid £85,040 ($103,761 in U.S. dollars) less during the course of this decade than a full-time man. Similar findings are also true in the United States.
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