Despite Obama’s ‘Equal Pay’ Rhetoric, White House Still Pays Female Staffers LessPosted: September 22, 2015
Women White House staffers still earn 15.8 percent less on average than their male counterparts, according to an analysis from the conservative American Enterprise Institute of the latest disclosure reports. But the 25 highest-earning aides are evenly split – with 13 men and 12 women each earning between $165,300 and $173,922 a year.
The real discrepancy is at the bottom, where the 100 staffers on the bottom rung – those earning between $41,000 and $47,631 – are 57 percent female to 43 percent male.
AEI scholar Mark Perry, who did the study, said that if Obama has managed to make such inroads with his executive branch appointments, “Why can’t he do that at the White House?…(read more)