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Of 3,461 UK respondents, 37% were based in London, and 64% received a salary increase over the last 12 months vs 65% in 2018. 43% of respondents were under 35 years old and of the 64% of professionals who reported receiving a salary increase, the average pay rise was lower than last year.

Despite efforts at reducing the pay gap, there appear to be significant differences between females earnings and their male peers with particular differences in bonuses and LTIPs being awarded.

After further analysis by qualification, years of experience and seniority, efforts to address the gender pay gap may be yielding results. Closing the gender pay gap is an issue that cannot be solved overnight. Headway is being made across most sectors of our industry and overall, the pay gap has fallen and is now close to the national average.


 

    

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