Hastings ‘smallest gender pay gap’ in UK

Women are paid 1.3 per cent less than men in Hastings
Women are paid 1.3 per cent less than men in Hastings

Hastings has the smallest pay gap between men and women in the UK, according to figures released yesterday (Tuesday, March 8).

Full-time female workers typically are paid 1.3 per cent or £314 less than their male counterparts, according to Trinity Mirror.

Women are paid £24,112 per annum on average whereas men earn £24,426.

But nationally, female employees are £5,732 worse off than men, making Hastings’ gap relatively small in comparison.

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