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Outing discrimination

The results of the spring 2004 Accountancy Age/Robert Half Finance & Accounting salary survey could be the most revealing yet. Since publication of the last survey in autumn 2003, debate about its headline findings has not left our letters page.

That poll revealed a glass ceiling, based on gender, and a continuing pay gulf between men and women. This time we want to know whether other, perhaps less talked out about, forms of discrimination exist – discrimination based on race, religion or sexual orientation, for example.

These are not always easy subjects to address ð or to identify. But to do so we need your help. Turn to page 18 to fill in the survey in this edition or go online to www.accountancyage.com/salarysurvey to do so.

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