gay couples earn on average 20.5 per cent more than hetrosexual couples, but
still less than they should given their levels of education, according to
FT reports that a survey carried out for National Statistics found 36 per cent
of openly gay people are employed and living with a partner with a degree,
comparied with just 16 per cent of hetrosexuals.
difference in education suggests gay couples should earn 23 per cent more than
hetrosexual ones, according to the report.
report’s authors said the higher educational levels of openly gay couples might
be a reflection of more gay people in higher-earning jobs revealing their