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'Significant' gender pay gaps remain

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Top male bosses get paid £10,000 a year more than their female counterparts.

According to a new study from the Chartered Management Institute it will take a century to close the gap.

The Institute's Petra Wilton and Sarah Veale, head of Equality and Employment Rights, discuss the current rate of progress.


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