Why the gender pay gap persists | Business

08 August 2019

‘I thought I was a feminist before I was a working mother, but all I was before this was a man with tits.” This was a choice comment by a friend on a WhatsApp group, after I made a cursory inquiry about the gender pay gap — or the pay differences between men and women that stubbornly persists. The admittedly small discussion group is dominated by working moms, and is by no means a representative sample of women’s experiences in the workplace.

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