Women tycoons earn more than male peers: study
"That may mean they expand more slowly but they are better able to cope with a crisis. At the end of the day, if you are not repaying loads of money to a bank and you have slowly built a bigger business, you can pay yourself a larger salary," said Logan. Recent equal pay statistics published by the Office for National Statistics in UK said that the gender pay gap for all full-time workers dropped last year from 10.5 per cent in favour of men to 9.6 per cent.
Equal pay figures show that women are paid virtually the same as men until the age of 30, which is also the average age at which a woman has a baby.
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