A study of the corporation’s wages showed a 9.3 per cent median pay gap and 10.7 per cent mean between men and women, created largely by fewer senior management roles taken up by females.
For that is pretty much the only reason for the gender pay gap that we do see across society. Fewer women than mean grasp the brass ring at the top of the greasy pole.
And that’s pretty much it. The cause, as we know, is kids and their care. And until 50% of men are primary child carers it’s not really going to go away.
At which point, well, what should be done? My answer is nothing but others?