Universum yielded good news for Big Tech employers, but very bad news for women in IT.
New data released today (13 October) by employer brand company Universum, shows that the gender pay gap in Ireland is highest among IT professionals.
On average, men working in IT earned €62,874 per annum, while women earned an average of €50,839. This represents a gap of €12,035.
The overall gender pay gap across all sectors in Ireland is 16pc, with men earning an average of €54,347 per annum, while women earn an average of €45,760 per annum.
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