‘Generational pay gap’ has increased by half in last 20 years, warns TUC

TUC launches digital platform to help young workers get into unions as it marks its 150th anniversary
The pay gap between young and older workers has increased by more than half in the last 20 years, according to a new report published to mark the 150th anniversary of the TUC.
The report shows that in 1998 the pay gap between over 30s and under 30s was 14.5 per cent (£1.51 an hour in 2017 prices). However, in 2017 it had widened to 21.9 per cent (£2.81 an hour).
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