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Salary Data Shows Women Value Themselves at Up to 50% Less Than Men

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Salary Data Shows Women Value Themselves at Up to 50% Less Than Men

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New figures from specialist global executive search and interim management company, Norrie Johnston Recruitment, highlight the gender pay gap - and the gender expectations gap.

Senior candidates on the company's database were asked for their average salary expectations. Their responses suggest that in like for like positions, female candidates have a lower salary expectation than men.

When comparing average salaries of nonexecutive directors, men expect a 51 per cent higher salary than women in the same position. In fact, across all of the roles, where it provides recruitment services, senior male executives expect higher salaries. Notably a male Finance or Chief Finance Officer expects to achieve a 25 per cent higher salary than a woman at the same level.

In response, Norrie Johnston Recruitment has developed a guide containing advice from highly successful, inspirational and high earning women, to share the secrets of their success. …

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