Table 2 shows median total earnings by sex and SVQ level. Males completing an MA at SVQ level 2 earned £3,700 more than females, with males earning £18,900 compared to £15,200 for females. The gap in earnings is larger for those completing an MA at SVQ level 3 or 4, with males earning £10,900 more than females.
Males completing at MA at SVQ level 2 earned £2,100 more than females completing an MA at SVQ level 3 or 4.
Table 2: Total earnings for 2011/12 MA completers by sex and SVQ level: 2016/17 tax year
|Sex||Median total earnings 2011/12 cohort (£)|
|SVQ Level 2||SVQ Levels 3 or 4||Total|
Note: Hours worked are not taken into account.
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