New salary data from President Joe Biden’s White House salaries of the administration was out on Thursday (July 1). It has the narrowest gender pay gap. It is since records began in 1995, with women earning.99 cents for every dollar earned by males.
The wage gap between men and women in the United States is .82 cents for every $1 earned by a male, and it is much wider for women of color. Also according to the figures, women earned .69 cents for every dollar made by males in 2020 under former President Donald Trump.
The White House salaries today, the average pay for women is $93,752. Then, the average salary for males is $94,639. Women make up around 60% of the workforce, with women accounting for 56% of top positions.
Jen Psaki, Biden’s White House press secretary, is also one of seven women in the communications team’s high echelons. In her current position, she makes $180,000 per year, making her one of the highest-paid employees in the government.
Senior aides like Susan Rice, the Domestic Policy Advisor, and Ron Klain, the Chief of Staff, both earn $180,000 each year. Also, Molly Groom, the policy adviser for immigration, makes $185,656 each year.