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Interactive: How Male and Female Pay Stacks Up in Washington

Male executives outnumber women 4-to-1 at Washington nonprofits. And women are paid less, too

Each of the 560 circles below is sized to represent the compensation of one nonprofit executive in National Journal's biennial salary survey. Men outnumber women in every sector, and tend to be the most highly paid in each, too. That giant dot? That's Roger Goodell of the National Football League, with a whopping total of $44.1 million in earnings—nearly nine times the amount of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Thomas J. Donohue, who ranks second in this survey. For National Journal members: See who gets paid what here.

Roll over the circles to find out more information on individual executives.
Percentages in red are of the 560 executives combined total earnings. 


About the Salary Survey 2014

This article appears in the April 12, 2014 edition of National Journal Magazine.

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