• Female workers are nearly £300,000 worse off than their male counterparts, according to new findings. A report published by Robert Half showed that women earn 24 per cent less than men, with women’s salaries currently £5,732 less than their male counterparts. The analysis found that over a career of 52 years, that gap translates into a lifetime earnings shortfall of £298,064 for female employees

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  • The best professions in the UK are still dominated by privately educated people, according to new findings. Take a look at the latest research here...

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  • Nearly half of HR professionals are seeking for new career opportunities, new research has revealed. Read the Mitrefinch blog and see why...

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  • A new initiative has helped to significantly boost the number of women in the tech sector. Read all about this and how it worked in our blog.

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  • Nearly a third of students believe it will take them at least 12 months to get a job. That is according to a new report by Young Enterprise, which found that nearly one in three (30 per cent) 16-18 year olds expect to wait over a year to secure a job after leaving full-time education.

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