For those who are unconvinced that this gap doesn't mean much, the NWLC reports that it causes women to earn roughly $10,000 less in median earnings per year.
More than 40 percent of White House staffers earn in excess of $100,000 a year, according to new salary details released Friday. That's below the national average-across the country, women typically make 82 cents to the dollar.
The analysis by Roll Call also showed there are more male employees in the White House than women - approximately 200 men as compared to 174 women. On average, women working for the White House earn less than men.
The list of the White House's total 377 staffers also includes First Daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner, who both receive nothing for their roles as special advisers to the President.
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The Treasury said the two individuals have been linked to front or cover companies on behalf of North Korean institutions. It cited a United Nations expert panel as saying the company has violated a ban on trade in luxury goods with the North.
There are now 377 White House office staff in the Trump administration, about a hundred fewer than were on the Obama payroll in 2016.
Ivanka Trump took her plea for equal pay for equal work directly to CEOs at a Tuesday summit at the White House.
The findings, according to Forbes, suggest Trump's administration employs 100 fewer staff members than his predecessor, President Barack ObamaBarack ObamaTrump's lean payroll could save taxpayers as much as M: report Poll: Trump disapproval at 57 percent A tale of two campaigns: United Kingdom elects entire House at half cost of Georgia race MORE, which could ultimately yield $5.1 million in payroll savings when compared to fiscal 2015 under Obama.
However, a big difference between the Trump and Obama White Houses is the number of "czars" that Trump employs. That's about $4 million less than Obama's was in 2016, his final year in office.