Glassdoor has launched its newest gender pay hole information evaluation. Within the U.S., the unadjusted pay hole is available in at 21.four %, that means ladies make simply $zero.79 for each $1 males earn.
However, when controlling for variables like age, schooling, location, expertise, occupation and trade, the pay hole is four.9 %. That’s a slight enchancment from three years in the past, when Glassdoor did its first evaluation. Which means, ladies make about $zero.95 cents for each $1 males make.
Within the tech trade, there’s an adjusted wage hole of 5.four %, that means, males usually make 5.four % greater than ladies. On an adjusted foundation, males make 11.eight % extra money than ladies.
In technical roles, whereas the wage hole is shrinking, it’s nonetheless fairly giant. Throughout the U.S., 79 % of all laptop programmers are male, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The wage hole between women and men is 11.three %, which comes out to about $zero.88 for each $1 males make. Within the tech trade, known as data expertise, the wage hole is 5.four % (about $zero.95 for each $1).
The wage hole amongst laptop programmers represents the biggest pay hole shrink (among the many 15 job occupations with the best wage gaps) since 2016, the place the wage hole was 28.three % and ladies made about $zero.72 for each $1 males made.
Different jobs with excessive pay gaps embody pilot (no 1), professor, department supervisor, C-suite and chef. Maybe the tech trade is getting barely higher with equal pay, nevertheless it’s slightly disconcerting that the pc programmer function continues to be among the many prime 15 jobs with the biggest pay gaps.
“Realizing the info concerning the gender pay hole is vital to serving to shut the hole,” Glassdoor senior vp and head of product and UX/design Annie Pearl stated in a press release. “Combining data with leveraging precious sources is the following step to making sure equal pay for equal work in every single place… All of us have an element to play to shut the pay hole.”
The industries with the widest wage hole (6.four %) are retail and media. Which means ladies make $zero.93 for each $1 males earn. With that, I’m signing off.