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The Number That Makes Women a Minority in Washington's Workforce The Number That Makes Women a Minority in Washington's Workforce

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The Number That Makes Women a Minority in Washington's Workforce

Apparently, it's about $110,000.

For government-sector positions paying up to $100,000, women trump men in filling these jobs--they hold approximately 57 percent of the positions. For jobs paying over $100,000, men dominate, with women holding only 42 percent of the positions.

The chart below shows this rise and fall:

 

View full chart data here.

Outside of government, women are making larger sums of money. The seven women in the private sector raking in more than $1 million in Washington are:

 

7. $1,032,022: Gail J. McGovern, American Red Cross National Headquarters

6. $1,071,525: Rebecca W. Rimel, Pew Charitable Trusts

5. $1,444,452: Lisa Rickard, Institute for Legal Reform, U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

4. $1,513,970: Karen Ignagni, American's Health Insurance Plans

 

3. $1,616,219: Leigh Ann Pusey, American Insurance Association

2. $2,606,784: Dawn Sweeney, National Restaurant Association

1. $2,850,438: Pamela Bailey, Grocery Manufacturers Association

The men making over $1 million? We're not going to list all 72.

See full salary data here.

 

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