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Female Nonprofit CEOs Still Get Paid Way Less Than Male CEOs

A new study finds that the bigger the organization, the larger the pay gap. You might think that the nonprofit sector, with its general focus on progressive policy, might avoid at least some of the ill treatment of women in its workforce. But new data shows that, just like in the private sector, female CEOs at nonprofits are still being paid far less than men in the same roles.
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