The IMA 2001 Salary Guide - Salaries increased 6% overall last year, with women members gaining bigger salary increases, percentage wise, than men. Results show that women still lag behind men in compensation -- Possibly because of a number of factors -- But the gender gap decreased for the first time in our comprehensive surveys of member compensation.
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