Interesting stats out from OECD, one in two young women in the United Kingdom now holds a university-level degree. The good news is that this is an historic high for the UK, and higher than among 25-34 year-old women in France (47%), Germany (31%) and the US (48%).
The depressing news is that on average, adult women in the UK earn 20% less than men, regardless of their education level, a difference similar to the OECD average.
Read the @OECD report: http://www.oecd.org/edu/United%20Kingdom-EAG2014-Country-Note.pdf
The Inspiring Women campaign is helping to ensure that the future generation of young women get good qualifications and good pay!
Register to talk about your job with girls in a school near you: http://www.inspiringthefuture.org/about/inspiring-women-campaign.aspx