William Collins: Pay and employment by sex

An excellent update of an earlier post, thoroughly debunking the feminist narrative on the ‘gender pay gap’. An extract:

For the first time we see clearly that women below the age of about 35, working full time, have a higher median hourly pay rate than men of the same age. The histograms of Figures 1 and 2 for 2013 and 2014 indicated only a very slightly greater median pay for women in their twenties, of a percent or so. But Figure 3 indicates clearly for the first time, in 2015, a marked advantage for young women. The median hourly pay rate for women in their twenties working full time is around 8% higher than that for men (average over ages 21-29).

Collins refers to the fact that men in the UK pay 72.9% of the income tax collected by the government. My blog piece on the matter is here.

British men pay £75.4 billion p.a. more income tax than women, and in return they get a state which assaults their human rights in many areas.

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2 thoughts on “William Collins: Pay and employment by sex

  1. It is such “pictures” (that speak 1000 words) that need to be widespread. For as the young Josh pointed out for decades dis-information is all around.

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