Goldman Sachs pay gap reveals men paid twice as much as women

More men than women in senior positions contributing to 55.5% gender pay disparity, investment bank says

Men at Goldman Sachs earn more than twice the average hourly pay of women at the US investment bank’s British business and take home much bigger bonuses, in the latest example of pay disparity in the City.

The business’s gender pay gap report, published on Friday under new rules designed to shine a light on big variations in earning power between men and women, reveal that women earn 55.5% less an hour than men by the mean average measure at Goldman Sachs International.

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