The eLearning Salary Gender Gap

Cammy Bean, Cammy Bean's Learning Visions, Jul 19, 2010
Commentary by Stephen Downes

*sigh* It's a brand-new field, so why is there already a gender gap in e-learning; why are women paid less? It makes no sense, and you certainly cannot write it up mas 'historical factors'. "There continues to be a consistent gender gap in pay between men and women. On average, men are paid 14.5% more than women. This gap is most notable in part-time employee pay, where women receive an average hourly rate that is 49.4% lower than the rate men receive, while working a comparable number of hours."
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