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As Office for National Statistics (ONS) data reveals that the gender pay gap is narrowing, see how your pay stacks up to other roles and the opposite gender.

According to the ONS the gender pay gap has narrowed from 10 per cent in 2013 to 9.4 per cent. This is the smallest disparity in pay for men and women since 1997. Test your knowledge on which professions pay women more than their male counterparts here.

In addition ONS figures reveal that the bottom 10 per cent of full-time employees earned less than £288 per week while the top 10 per cent earned more than £1,024. Private sector earnings have remained consistently at around 85 per cent of public sector earnings since 2009. See which professionals earn more here.

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