An analysis of the website found President Trump’s salary at the White House, a difference of $ 33,300 between the average salary for male employees and the average salary for female employees.
This year, male employees earned an average salary of about $ 106,000, and the mean for female employees was about $ 72,700.
Statistics show that women working for the administration put about 69 cents on the male dollar, which is less than the national gender pay gap of 82 cents on the dollar.
Nevertheless, both national numbers and White House numbers reflect the “raw” gender pay gap, which does not account for the experience, education, title, or other factors that come into play in one’s financial earnings.
“To avoid addressing structural and institutional gender discrimination in terms of pay equity, Go-Two has to talk about status and title, when in reality, what it is is not pay inequality,” c. Said Nicole Mason, president and CEO. Women’s Policy Research Institute.
Mason says the gender pay gap is being determined by “decisions that are being made top to bottom about the pricing of women’s work and how much they should be paid.”
In the 19th report, women in the Obama administration were paid between 84 and 89 cents for every dollar earned by male employees.
The conservative think tank American Enterprise Institute (AEI) reported that there was some degree of difference in pay between the Trump administration and Obama. The Obama administration paid women 89 cents on the dollar in 2016, while Trump had 63 cents on the dollar during his first year in office.
“There is no absence of qualified women,” Mason said. She said that during Obama’s tenure, the administration made more concerted efforts to keep women in senior leadership positions.
In 2016, more women than men earned $ 100,000 in the White House under Obama.