According to a recent survey, women earn at par or more than their male counterparts. The survey found that women (Rs 9.8 LPA) earn more than males (Rs 9.5 LPA) with experience between 0-3 years. City wise, Hyderabad is another city where women earn more (Rs 9.7 LPA) than their male counterparts (Rs 9.4 LPA) with experience between 0-3 years. Cities such as Mumbai, Chennai and Bangalore both genders begin with equal salary. The salary gap is 45.5 percent more in the ITES-BPO and Customer Service. There was a huge pay gap in Delhi as women earn Rs 17.6 LPA with experience of 11-15 years, while men get Rs 38.6 LPA with similar work experience. Both the genders are earning same starting range pay in Hyderabad, in the banking and finance sector. In Human Resource sector, men with over 15 years of experience earn almost 1.5 times more than women.