The gender pay gap has been a longstanding issue in the workplace, but recent data suggests that a possible cause for this could be the differences in job application behaviour between male and female graduates.
A study conducted by Totaljobs has revealed that there is a significant gap between the salaries of jobs that male and female graduates apply for.
By Dr Lidiya Angelova-Duleva
When you think of a Nobel Prize winner in biomedical science, you may imagine someone from a famous institute or university working in a big flashy laboratory full of PhD students and postdocs with the newest laboratory equipment. However, this is not the case for Tu Youyou, who was recently awarded the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine.
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