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There's a 'salary confidence gap' between men and women


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There's a 'salary confidence gap' between men and women

The gender pay gap is still a hot topic for in-house recruiters and agencies, however, new research has found that men are more likely to go after high-paying jobs than women.

A study carried out by Glassdoor Economic Research found that there is a “salary confidence gap” between men and women, with “men being more self-confident in the workplace than women”.

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