Gender pay figures show ‘disparity in women progressing’, top architects say

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Sheppard Robson and BDP have updated their gender pay gap figures

The gap between what men and women are paid across the architecture sector is a sign of an “uncomfortable” imbalance at the top, some of the country’s biggest architecture firms have said.

WA100 architecture practices Sheppard Robson and BDP have both updated their gender pay data, with both posting an improvement in the median difference in men and women’s pay.

Sheppard Robson, which recorded a 10% median gap compared with 10.9% last year, said the difference highlighted a sector-wide issue.

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