In a study of Australian women, joint research from three universities found that women asked for raises as much as their male coworkers, but men were more likely to get one. Dr. Goodall, a senior lecturer in management at the Cass Business School (part of the study) said, “If we find that women are asking and aren’t getting the pay rises, it points the finger toward discrimination.” The study did find that women under 40 received raises at a similar rate as their male colleagues. Whether or not that trend continues as groups age, will require more study.
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