Pocket money study finds the gender pay gap starts early
New research has found the gender pay gap starts early, with boys aged under 12 receiving more pocket money on average than girls.
Kate Browne, Personal Finance Expert at Finder, told Tom Elliott about the study that found boys got a dollar more than girls.
“It just shows how baked in these things are,” she said.
Press PLAY below to hear Kate Browne explain her theories on why
Picture: Getty iStock