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Cancer Research UK admits ‘more to do’ to fix gender pay gap

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Charity records gender pay gap of 29.2 per cent—almost twice the national average

Cancer Research UK has admitted it still has “a lot more to do” to improve diversity in the charity, after it revealed a gender pay gap of almost twice the national average.

According to CRUK’s latest pay data, it recorded a median gender pay gap of 29.2 per cent on 5 April 2020, an increase from 23.3 per cent the previous year and a rise of 10 percentage points since 2017.

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