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Female students anticipate lower salaries than male counterparts

University students have remained optimistic about their job prospects throughout the economic downturn. But earnings expectations vary, with female students anticipating lower salaries than male counterparts ? a reflection of a ?gender pay gap? that exists in the labor market ? while ethnic minorities expect a higher income.  Also, work placements undertaken during a course lead to an expectation of higher salaries. 
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