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

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Brian Mcgill
April 11, 2014, 9 a.m.

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. 

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