In Microsoft Dynamics Jobs, Men Still Out-Earn Women

When it comes to Microsoft Dynamics, women earn less than men in the same jobs.  That's a fact, according to the Nigel Frank International (NFI) 2013 salary survey.

And it's been that way for the past five years, ever since NFI started compiling data on trends in salary, demographics, and sentiment for Microsoft Dynamics professionals, said Kashif Naqshbandi, NFI's marketing director.

Looking at the interim 2013 results, which focus on the UK and US Microsoft Dynamics markets, Naqshbandi said the gender gap in terms of men's salaries over women's over the last five years continues the trend.


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Disappointed unfortunately

bank of america to the rescue ;)

Thanks to B of A for making my point. I hope this is another step in the right direction to bring this insidious practice to a halt. This is one of the major contributors to the financial struggles of single family households where the Mother is the primary provider.