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Alanah Eriksen – New Zealand Herald – Thursday, 20 September 2012 (originally published 17 Sept)
Women who attended single-sex schools are less likely to be victims of New Zealand’s growing gender pay gap, a professor claims.
International research has shown that women who went to all-girl schools are more competitive than their counterparts.
Co-ed students are less likely to negotiate their salaries face-to-face as they enter the workforce and the problem becomes more pronounced throughout their careers, creating the gap . . .