New Report Examines the Status of Women Administrators in Higher Education

A new report from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources examines the status of administrators at colleges and universities throughout the United States. Some of the data is broken down by gender.

Among the findings in the reports are that:

* Women are better represented in lower-level, lower-paying administrative positions than in top executive positions. Women are paid less than men in nearly all administrative positions. Similarly, racial/ethnic minorities are better represented in lower-level administrative positions.

* The salary gap between men and women is generally higher at older ages than at younger ages. In addition, the salary gap is present at all levels of experience, from those who are relatively new hires to those who have been in their position for more than 10 years.

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