Women faculty at Tel Aviv University paid 17% less than male counterparts
'A man and a woman in the same ranking will get equal pay, but more women are clustered in the lower ranks.'
The average salary of women employed by Tel Aviv University - who comprise 30 percent of the university’s senior faculty - is lower by 17 percent than that of male employees. That is one of the results of the first study to look into gender differences in pay among university faculty members.
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