Gender pay gap wider than ever

Although a recent study has shown that female junior executives in the insurance sector are paid more than their male counterparts, it appears that this lead is lost and eventually overtaken as careers progress.

According to figures from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), the average salary for female executives at a junior level is £23,872, compared with £22,236 for males, a difference of £1,636.

While it is undoubtedly positive news that the gender pay gap is no longer in play at junior

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