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Women in Architecture survey reveals widening gender pay gap


Whilst the raw data from FRAME’s latest employment review supports the gender pay gap argument (males on average have 8% higher salaries and are 5% more likely to receive a bonus), it is worth saying that in our experience, gender related discrimination at the recruitment and selection stage is close to non-existent. For me; the gender pay gap issues in architecture are the same as the gender pay gap issues experienced across most industries in the UK. Architecture as an industry has done a standout job when it comes to doing it right, during the recruitment phase in particular.

Posted date

15 February, 2017

Posted time

12:38 pm