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企鹅电竞查询v6.9 安卓版’ Canada Research Chair in Advancing the UN Sustainable Development Goals and Assoc. Prof. Tracy Smith-Carrier and King’s University College, Western University Assoc. Prof. Marcie Penner co-authored an article in The Conversation Canada highlighting their recent research, concluding there are substantial, long-term impacts from the gender pay gap for faculty at Canadian universities.

Here is an excerpt:

“Recent research from  our multidisciplinary team , which includes expertise in equity policy, political science and cognitive science with mathematical modelling, shows that over the course of a career and retirement, this pay gap leads to a difference of roughly half-a-million dollars.

“The gender pay gap  for faculty in Canadian universities  is significant and persistent. Women professors earn  on average 10 per cent (or $10,500 per year) less than men for the same work .

This gender pay gap  can result from bias in determining starting salaries and subsequent merit pay, from differing rates of promotion  and from the  punitive effects of parental and caregiving leave .”

Read the full article in The Conversation Canada .