How the “what’s your current salary?” question hurts the gender pay gap
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This also applies for age. I was told I was ‘unskilled’ as a way to justify a lower salary when I was in my early twenties, despite being one of a team of two fundraisers that increased charitable income from £400,000/year to £1.2 million in nine months. If I’d been paid based on what the job required I might not have quit.

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