In an internal and confidential memo, Financial Times managing editor Dan Bogler (see our Future of journalism interview with him) admitted that female journalists were paid less than men in equivalent jobs.
In the memo, he
said "the bald statistics show that women are paid less than men for equivalent jobs at the FT."
also defended this based on the fact the duration of employment was much shorter for women.
"This does not take into account the fact that, on average, our female staff have shorter service records than their male colleagues, which explains the difference," he