Created 3 years ago, updated 5 months ago

This dataset contains gender pay gap figures for the GLA, large employers in London and estimates for all employees in London.

The gender pay gap is the difference in the average hourly wage of all men and women across a workforce. If women do more of the less well paid jobs within an organisation than men, the gender pay gap is usually bigger.

The UK government publish gender pay gap figures for all employers with 250 or more employees. A cut of this dataset that only shows employers that are registered in London can be found below.

Read a report by the Local Government Association (LGA) that summarises the mean and median pay gaps in local authorities, as well as the distribution of staff across pay quartiles.



This dataset is one of the Greater London Authority's measures of Economic Fairness. Click here to find out more.
This dataset is one of the Greater London Authority's measures of Economic Development strategy. Click here to find out more.
From
01/04/1997
To
31/12/2020

Gender pay gap statistics for London and UK calculated using earnings data from ONS's Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings.

  Greater London   Other
From
01/01/2016
To
31/12/2019

Gender pay gap statistics for the GLA, TfL, LLDC and LFB.

From
01/04/2018
To
31/03/2019

Gender Pay Gap statistics for employers in London with 250 or more employees.

From
01/04/2018
To
31/03/2019

Gender Pay Gap statistics for employers in the UK with 250 or more employees.

This is a one-off, but can be updated on request.