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44973693201_dff85abe8c_b.jpg?profile=RESIZE_710xMany financial firms are paying the average man almost 25% more than the average women, with HSBC posting an overall pay gap of 47.8%.

It is the third year UK organisations with more than 250 employees have been legally required to publish a snapshot of their gender pay gap.

Of the financial and insurance firms reporting so far, the gap has risen to 23.1%, from 22.2% two years ago.


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