Gender pay gap narrows for environmental practitioners
The pay gap between men and women has narrowed significantly, with female professionals earning 12.5% less than men, compared to 15.1% last year, according to the 2015 IEMA practitioners' survey.The poll, which attracted responses from 1,238 members, found that the median salary for men in 2014 was £40,000, while women earned £35,000. When age was taken into account, women in the 25–29 age br
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