Girls get less

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A new sur­vey has re­vealed that girls get less pocket money than boys. The sur­vey by re­searchers Child­wise found that boys aged five to 16 get an av­er­age of £10.70 a week, made up from pocket money, a paid job or paid chores, while girls of the same age are on just £8.50 a week. They also dis­cov­ered that the pay gap gets big­ger as chil­dren get older.

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