Sunday, 2 October 2011 

Young women aged between 22 and 29 are now being paid more on average per hour than their male counterparts.
Mary Curnock Cook, chief executive of the Universities and Colleges Admission Service, said the effect could be a result of higher numbers of better qualified women coming into the work place. 
She believes it could mean a role reversal, with more women going out to work while their partners stay at home, to take advantage of their higher earning potential.

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