Second year of reporting the median pay gap shows women paid 14p less an hour than men

The public sector has failed to narrow its gender pay gap this year, with women still paid an average of 86p for every pound paid to men.

According to latest figures, the median pay gap was 14.1% in March 2018, slightly higher than the 14% a year earlier, though still below the national average of 17.9% across both the public and private sectors.

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