Women who feel underpaid for the value of their work are not alone. A new study by Robert Walters, an international recruitment consultancy, found that 40% of women feel underpaid in their professional roles, compared to just 24% of men who said the same. Nearly 1 in 10 women said they rely on additional income outside of full time work to make ends meet. 

"Whilst the gender pay gap has narrowed over recent years, we still have a significant way to go. Our research indicates that men remain to be on higher wages, feel more satisfied with their salary, and are far more likely to receive a pay rise should they request it," said Coral Bamgboye, Head of ED&I at Robert Walters Canada. 

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