Posted September 08, 2019 07:18:54A new study suggests it’s no longer just about money: The biggest influence on girls’ life choices is money, and it can be both an attractive and risky option, according to the latest findings of a major international study.
The research, published in the British Journal of Psychology, finds that money is a powerful determinant of girls’ lives.
It is an area where the gender pay gap is particularly stark.
It shows that men are paid more than women for the same work, and this is a factor in nearly half of all pregnancies and almost three-quarters of child deaths in the UK.
In the last decade, the gap between the earnings of men and women has widened substantially, with the gender gap widening even further.
The study found that the gender divide is growing as women enter their 30s and 40s and as they leave university.
While most women’s careers have stagnated or even fallen, men have seen their wages rise.
In terms of career choice, it is men who are more likely to choose a job with a salary above £20,000, the study found.
The gap is more pronounced for female students and for those aged between 25 and 34.
“When it comes down to it, if you are trying to get a job, it may not be a decision that you have made for a number of years, so you are paying a higher price for that decision,” said lead researcher Dr Sarah Jones.
Women can do what men can’t’It’s clear that women have the same skills and abilities as men, but that does not mean they should be paid more for the job.”
In other words, the money is always a part of that decision.”‘
Women can do what men can’t’It’s clear that women have the same skills and abilities as men, but that does not mean they should be paid more for the job.
Jones, who is also a PhD student at the University of Leeds, found that while women are more than twice as likely as men to take up unpaid work, the gender wage gap persists.
“Women do do much better than men in some areas.
For example, in childcare and home care, women are paid almost four times as much as men for the work that they do,” she said.
But the study also found that women are not always paid as well as men.
In one of the most important areas of work, Jones found that men earned an average of 12 per cent more than female graduates.
“The key question is what are the reasons for that?
What are the incentives that make women pay more than men?”
“There are huge gender disparities in pay.””
Women are still paying for childcare, for example, which is one of many ways that childcare costs can impact women’s lives.””
There are huge gender disparities in pay.”
Women are still paying for childcare, for example, which is one of many ways that childcare costs can impact women’s lives.
“There is a lot of inequality in the childcare market.
Women who have children, who are pregnant or breastfeeding, and who are under the age of 35, are paid just under six per cent less than women who are over 35, and the pay gap for that is quite wide,” Jones said