Women 'not confident' of pay rise

Research shows women are less likely than men to leave a job due to low pay

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Women 'not confident' of pay rise

Only one in four women workers are confident of receiving a pay rise over the next year, a new study has shown.

The figure is 3% lower than earlier this year, and compares with 40% of men expecting a higher salary.

The survey of 2,000 adults for jobs site Glassdoor also showed that women were less likely than men to leave a job because of low pay.

Jon Ingham of Glassdoor said: "Salaries are starting to move up but women risk getting left behind.

"While the economic news generally is more positive, this is a worrying development if it means female employees are being held back in their career and men are being treated more favourably."

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