The following numbers and insights highlight the bonus gaps across the UK by the different types of organisation. All metrics are calculated by taking the middle man and middle woman and comparing the difference (median).
The following figures show how the bonus gap changes depending on the organisation type. To see the previous year's data just hover the mouse over the box you are interested in.
These boxes bring the figures described above to life. You can quickly see the difference between the middle man and middle woman. If you hover over a box, it will show you how it has changed since last year.
The following interactive graphic shows how different industries pay their employees. You can investigate how these figures change using different averages and you can view the information in chart or table form. In the chart each bar represents how much more or less the average woman gets paid compared to the average man's £100.
|Sector||For each £100 a man is paid a woman is paid|
|Financial and insurance activities||£52.20 less|
|Electricity, gas, steam & aircon||£46.90 less|
|Professional, scientific & tech||£44.00 less|
|Information and communication||£37.90 less|
|Accommodation and food service||£37.50 less|
|Agriculture, forestry and fishing||£26.80 less|
|Transportation and storage||£22.00 less|
|Water supply, sew, waste mgmt||£20.40 less|
|Wholesale & retail trade; repair||£10.50 less|
|Administrative & support service||£1.80 less|
|Public admin & defence; comp SS||£0.00 less|
|Human health and social work||£0.00 less|
|Arts, entertainment and recreation||£0.00 less|
|Public Sector||£0.00 less|
|Not Declared||£0.00 less|
|Real estate activities||£0.00 less|
|Other service activities||£0.00 less|
This shows the average percentages of men and women who receive bonuses throughout the UK and the variations across the difference sectors.