While women in finance who perform the same job as men might be getting paid fairly, they are far less likely than men to be hired into top positions. Photo: Getty)

The gender pay gap is slowly shrinking, but men still make 23.7 percent more than women and are 41 percent more likely to hold a managerial position by the end of their career.

The new findings come from Paygap’s Gender Pay Gap report, which highlights the striking persistence of workplace inequities. The study surveyed 1.8 million employees from 2014-16 seeking to find differences in pay, career progression, and opinions of gender issues at the workplace.

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