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Wage gap grows rapidly after graduation, study finds Add to ...

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Men are paid more than women in Canada as soon as they graduate from college or university and see their earnings increase at a faster rate over time, a new study shows.

The study found that the wage gap between men and women was small in the first year after graduation and grew significantly eight years after graduation, with men making as much as 60 per cent more than their female counterparts in some fields.

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