Banks that love men and money but hate the opposite sex

Banks that love men and money but hate the opposite sex

Apparently, women work for love - the love of the job, that is, while men, due to the presence of a certain hormone, are entitled to at least twice the wages that their female colleagues earn, especially at some of the leading investment banks in the US and UK, according to data compiled by Reuters.
59 per cent - is how much women's average hourly wage is lower compared to the men's, at the UK-headquartered HSBC - which incidentally, had a woman, Naina Lal Kidwai, heading its Indian operations not too long ago.
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