Bisexual Men Paid Less than Colleagues, Study Finds

downloadA  study carried out by Professor Alex Bryson of UCL’s Institute of Education has found that bisexual men earn less than their gay and straight colleagues.

The study, published in the journal Work, Employment & Society, describes an income gap of 31%, with average gross hourly earnings at £9.39 for bisexual men. Gay men fared the best, with average earnings of £13.33 an hour, while their heterosexual counterparts earned £12.30.

When similar occupations were compared, the gap fell to 20%. Findings were replicated both inside and outside London.



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Libby is a 30-something Londoner, who spends more time reading picture books than is seemly. She became a bi activist entirely by accident, but now she can't imagine living any other way. In the event of an emergency, she'll have a large gin and tonic, thanks.

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