BOE’s 26% Gender Pay Gap Exacerbated by Lack of Senior Women

  • Governor Carney has said BOE has ‘further to go’ on diversity
  • Average pay for U.K. men was 9.4% higher than women in 2015

Commuters exit an underground station outside the Bank of England in London.

Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Women working at the Bank of England are paid 26 percent less than their male colleagues, reflecting a lower proportion in senior and high-salary positions.

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