Pharma's UK Pay Gap: An Infographic
For any company its gender pay gap reveals its organizational building blocks; who is predominantly at the top of the pile, and who forms the foundations upon which those at loftier positions sit. Overall, the 19 pharma companies operating in the UK for which we had data fare relatively well, with the lower and middle echelons of the industry overwhelmingly in female favor. However, when it comes to the top-paying positions it all tumbles down, with 74% of the structure taken up by men. This infographic gives a snapshot of how pharma in the UK is organized.
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