It is knowledge and an example of sexual inequality that men get paid more than women for doing the job. One industry in which the reverse is is modeling. The gender pay gap for male models and their female counterparts is . A well-known modeling agency has claimed that male models are paid as as 75 per cent less than female models. Elizabeth Rose from the UK's Premier Models said women could be paid £40,000 ($52,000) for appearing in a fashion show, while men could only get £10,000 ($13,000). Ms Rose said: "I think it's the only where men get paid than women. It's unfair for men, [but] I wouldn't say it's female ."
Rose says the is slowly changing and pay is getting better for men. She explained that are more willing to promote men's products as men are getting more into . She said: "More and more, male models are being used for grooming . Men are taking a more care of themselves. Generally, in the 2000s, it's fine to take a time doing your hair. It's [for men] to use moisturizer [and] wear make-up." One consolation for men is that they are able to work as a model for longer than women. Rose said: "Men have a longer path, definitely. The male models that make the most are in their 30s." Female models tend to make their money in their .