UK female pharmacists still paid less than men

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Female pharmacists in the UK are still being paid less than men – but the gap is narrowing, a UK pharmacy magazine has found.

Chemist + Druggist surveyed 398 male and female pharmacists and found a £2011 pay gap. This was 43% smaller than the pay gap from last year, which was £3,539.

The survey found that 53% of male branch managers had an increase in pay over the past year, compared to 50% of female branch managers.

46% of women in this role enjoyed a bonus, compared to 41% of the men.

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