Oracle paid women $13,000 less than men, analysis finds
- January 18, 2019
- Study by David Neumark, economics professor, featured in Wired and The Mercury News, Jan. 18, 2019
Oracle allegedly paid some female employees more than $13,000 less per year, on average,
than male employees in similar roles, according an analysis of Oracle’s own pay data
revealed Friday as part of a gender bias lawsuit against the company. The analysis
was performed by economist David Neumark, a professor at UC Irvine, who claims the
likelihood of such a disparity occurring by chance is less than one in 1 billion.
For the full story, please visit https://www.wired.com/story/analysis-finds-oracle-paid-women-13000-less-than-men/.
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