Study Shows: During COVID-19 Fewer Women Asked for Raises

Study Shows: During COVID-19 Fewer Women Asked for Raises

In early 2021, Fishbowl conducted a survey that shed some light on the gender wage gap, which continued if not grew in 2020. The survey of nearly 17,000 professionals revealed that 63% of respondents have avoided asking for a raise following “changes related to the pandemic.” When splitting the whopping number of respondents by gender, 42.4% of them were women, while just 31.79% were men.

Pay scale data from Fishbowl.

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