Caught At The Crossroads?

This report by the Universities and Colleges Employers Association shows that ‘pay penalties’ for ethnic minority groups are significant, with Black men and Black women earning the least on average relative to White men. The report includes recommendations for employers to consider when looking at gender and ethnicity pay gaps and when developing action plans.

There are clear differences in labour market outcomes for different ethnic groups in the HE sector with men and women from black ethnicities showing significant pay penalties relative to white men. According to the report, black and minority ethnic academics earn on average, thousands of pounds less every year than their peers. 

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