News outlets in Britain were recently publishing claims that female executives in Britain make about £500,000 less than men over the course of their careers. The claims are taken from a survey performed by Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and a human resources firm, XpertHR. The Office of National Statistics regularly publishes pay gap statistics in the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE), giving an interesting comparison between the latest ASHE report and the new CMI survey. Both show the pay gap is still quite large in the business world, though the ASHE reports that the gap across wider society is at its lowest since records have been taken.
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