The gender pay gap is still there, even if the traditional imbalance in one part of the economy appears to have been reversed, at least if you take the median average used by the ONS into consideration.
Unfortunately it appears to have no suggestions s as to why this might be. Professionals in good jobs going part-time after child birth, skewing the numbers in favour of women, might be one explanation. Or it might not. The trouble with these figures is that the explanations behind why they are where they are is rarely simple. And even where there are maladies that are easy to see, they don’t always respond to simple cures. That’s something Ms Harman and her colleagues (male and female) have never really understood.
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