The difference between men and women's pay has decreased.
Female earnings have grown closer to those of male employees.
The gender pay gap has shrunk to a record low, according to figures revealed by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
The report shows that the median gap between men and women's pay has contracted to a 10.2% figure - the lowest amount since the ONS's records began in 2007.
The median hourly earnings of men rose by 0.3% to £13.01. Women, on the other hand, experienced a 2.6% rise bringing their hourly median earnings up to £11.68.