Work out your personal gender pay gap - FT

Many factors affect how much you are paid, including the sector you work in, your age and how long you have been in a job. 

But thanks to a law forcing UK employers to publish details of the differences between male and female pay and bonuses for the first time, there is a new spotlight on how gender affects pay. 

The average woman working full-time in the UK earns 9.1 per cent less than a man per hour. With part-timers included, the gap is 18.4 per cent. 

Find out whether there is a gender pay gap for your job and, if so, what size it is, with our calculator below. 

The calculator only has data for full-time workers

See our data and methodology.