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UK Gender Pay Gap 2017

UK Gender Pay Gap Report 2017

All Cambridge University Press colleagues are treated equally and have equal opportunity to progress through the organisation, regardless of sex, race, religion or belief, age, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender reassignment or disability.

As a department of the University, our gender pay gap has been reported within the University’s overall pay gap report and on the Government’s Gender Pay Gap Reporting website.

We are fully behind the Government’s move to highlight gender pay gaps and to bring conversations around gender pay out in to the open.

Our median gender pay gap is 19 per cent, compared with the UK median pay gap of 18.4 per cent. The median value is the middle one in a set of values arranged in order of size.

The report below provides more information about our position.

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