She still earns less than all the men...
If educationists are to seriously challenge the credibility of Pisa it might be productive to make common cause with employers who are alive to the business case for embracing the whole employee.
The divide between education and work finds its echo in the divide between young and established workers. It seems optimistic to assume that as the number of workplace generations increases these divisions will heal organically.
The combination of cuts to social care budgets and a growing demand for services in health and social care further substantiates what I have thought for some time; zero-hour contracts are the key to solving two crises the UK - high unemployment levels and adult social care.
Stress in the workplace is on the rise with nearly half of employers seeing an increase in levels according to a new survey
This week, the leaders of the G8 countries - the UK, the USA, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Russia and Japan - are meeting in Northern Ireland for their annual summit. As host nation, the UK has set the priorities for the discussion: the assembled leaders will focus on Tax, Trade and Transparency.
Communication's completed a huge curve of development and returned to a medium that drives brevity and encourages short cuts, leaving little room for chatty content. That said, it's become an art from that's produced some classic tweets that come close to Hemingway's famous, poignant six-word story: "Baby shoes for sale, never worn."
It is anticipated that the most controversial concept contained in the formal submission, created by Adrian Beecroft, who wants employers to be able to sack staff at will in an effort to kick-start the economy, will be killed off later today.