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Twitter chat on the ethnicity pay gap in pharmacy to be held

On Wednesday 12 December 2018 at 20:00 (GMT), Electronicjuice will be hosting an hour-long Twitter chat to discuss the issue of ethnicity and pay in UK pharmacy using .

The online discussion was prompted by the results of Electronicjuice’s annual Salary and Satisfaction Survey, which showed a statistically significant ethnicity pay gap of 15.5% in favour of white pharmacists.

The Twitter chat will allow participants to discuss evidence for an ethnicity pay gap in UK pharmacy and other professions, possible reasons for its existence and potential solutions. 

Anyone wanting to share their experiences relating to ethnicity and pay, but who wish to remain anonymous, can email [email protected].

Once it begins, the discussion can be followed at Electronicjuice Twitter account ().


Citation: Electronicjuice DOI: 10.1211/PJ.2018.20205891

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