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Analysis: Looking At The Gender Wage Gap At Non-Profits In D.C.

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While President Obama highlights the issue of unequal pay between men and women nationally, a new study from National Journal finds that there may also be a significant pay disparity between men and women leaders here in Washington.

In a survey of non-profit organizations based in D.C., it found that women occupied fewer executive positions than men and that women in top positions still made less than their male counterparts. National Journal's Congressional Correspondent Shane Goldmacher joins WAMU host Matt Bush to discuss why.

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