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Female university graduates dramatically underestimate their worth contributing to gender pay gap

Shared from on 21 July 2017

We may be making some progress when it comes to the glass ceiling but women might also have a “lead floor” to contest with. New research reveals that female graduates dramatically underestimate their earning power when applying for their first job out of university, which could be contributing to a stubborn gender pay gap later in life.

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Female university graduates dramatically underestimate their worth contributing to gender pay gap

Shared from on 21 July 2017

We may be making some progress when it comes to the glass ceiling but women might also have a “lead floor” to contest with. New research reveals that female graduates dramatically underestimate their earning power when applying for their first job out of university, which could be contributing to a stubborn gender pay gap later in life.

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Female university graduates dramatically underestimate their worth contributing to gender pay gap

Shared from on 21 July 2017

We may be making some progress when it comes to the glass ceiling but women might also have a “lead floor” to contest with. New research reveals that female graduates dramatically underestimate their earning power when applying for their first job out of university, which could be contributing to a stubborn gender pay gap later in life.

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Female university graduates dramatically underestimate their worth contributing to gender pay gap

Shared from on 21 July 2017

We may be making some progress when it comes to the glass ceiling but women might also have a “lead floor” to contest with. New research reveals that female graduates dramatically underestimate their earning power when applying for their first job out of university, which could be contributing to a stubborn gender pay gap later in life.

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Female university graduates dramatically underestimate their worth contributing to gender pay gap

Shared from on 21 July 2017

We may be making some progress when it comes to the glass ceiling but women might also have a “lead floor” to contest with. New research reveals that female graduates dramatically underestimate their earning power when applying for their first job out of university, which could be contributing to a stubborn gender pay gap later in life.

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Tonbridge company apologises to jobseeker for ‘oddball’ comments

Shared from on 15 May 2017

A company has apologised to a graduate jobseeker for calling her a "home educated oddball" in comments accidentally attached to an email.

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Tonbridge company apologises to jobseeker for ‘oddball’ comments

Shared from on 15 May 2017

A company has apologised to a graduate jobseeker for calling her a "home educated oddball" in comments accidentally attached to an email.

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Tonbridge company apologises to jobseeker for ‘oddball’ comments

Shared from on 15 May 2017

A company has apologised to a graduate jobseeker for calling her a "home educated oddball" in comments accidentally attached to an email.

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Students should not have to worry about graduate employment while at university

Shared from on 25 April 2017

University students should not feel compelled to get a job until six months after graduating, the outgoing head of UCAS has said as she warned against the “obsession” with careers.

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Students should not have to worry about graduate employment while at university

Shared from on 25 April 2017

University students should not feel compelled to get a job until six months after graduating, the outgoing head of UCAS has said as she warned against the “obsession” with careers.

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Students should not have to worry about graduate employment while at university

Shared from on 25 April 2017

University students should not feel compelled to get a job until six months after graduating, the outgoing head of UCAS has said as she warned against the “obsession” with careers.

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Women earn 11.5% less than men as soon as they leave university, new research shows

Shared from on 20 April 2017

Women are set on a path to earn less than men before they have even left university by the subjects they choose to study, new research has claimed.

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London’s black male graduates less likely to get jobs

Shared from on 22 March 2017

Black male graduates had an unemployment rate of 18% compared with 10% for their white counterparts.

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University courses ‘failing graduates’

Shared from on 21 March 2017

Half of recent graduates have taken entry-level jobs below degree level and do not know how to secure sought-after jobs in technology and marketing, a survey for The Times shows.

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University courses ‘failing graduates’

Shared from on 21 March 2017

Half of recent graduates have taken entry-level jobs below degree level and do not know how to secure sought-after jobs in technology and marketing, a survey for The Times shows.

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