Do we need laws to guarantee equal pay for women? | The Tylt
Do we need laws to guarantee equal pay for women?
The 37 percent gender pay gap in President Trump's White House is more than double the 17 percent gender pay gap nationally. According to the Pew Research Center, the Trump White House gender gap is wider than the national gender pay gap stood in 1980.
Here are the median salaries for men and women in the Trump administration. The highest-paid staffers in the Trump White House are primarily male, because nearly 74 percent of the top 23 staffers are male. By contrast, in the Obama White House of 2015, only 52 percent of the highest-paid staffers were men.
White House pay gap triples under Pres Trump, says research from @AEI.