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Dick Durbin pays female staffers $11K less than men, on average
 

By The Washington Free Beacon



Tuesday, April 8, 2014



Sen. Dick Durbin (D., Ill.), who is leading the Equal Pay Day push by Senate Democrats to pass the Paycheck Fairness Act, pays women on his staff far less than he pays men.

Durbin took to the Senate floor on Tuesday to preach on the importance of passing legislation aimed at solving the gender pay gap.

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   SEE ALSO: MILLER: Harry Reid’s hypocrisy on ‘Equal Pay Day’: All Senate Democrat leaders top aides are men

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“How serious is equal pay for equal work to working people across America?” said Durbin, “I think it’s critical.”

The average female salary is $11,505 lower than the average male salary in Durbin’s office, according to an senate-dems-remain-on-front-lines-in-war-on-women/” target=”_blank”>analysis of Senate salary data from fiscal year 2013 that showed that more than two-thirds of Democratic Senate offices pay men more than women.

Four of the five highest paid staffers on Durbin’s staff are men, according to the analysis.

Not a single member of the Senate Democrat leadership has a female chief of staff or communications director, the Washington Timespoints out.

“A male-dominated comms leadership staff is trying desperately to start a messaging war—claiming Republicans are the ones who oppose women having more opportunity and getting paid more in the workforce?” a female senior leadership aide for a Republican told the Washington Times.


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