Which is more than the 23% difference Dems frequently cite.
Via Andrew Stiles:
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) refused to answer questions about Senate Democrats paying their female staff members less than male staffers on Thursday. She may have ducked the question because a Washington Free Beacon analysis shows she pays the women on her staff $26,606 less per year on average.
According to publicly available salary data at the website Legistorm, Pelosi’s female employees earned an average annual salary of $96,394 in fiscal year 2011. Male employees earned $123,000 on average, a difference of 27.6 percent.
The gap is even larger if calculated using the median salaries for men and women. For Pelosi’s female employees, the median annual salary was $93,320 in 2011, compared to $130,455 for male employees — a difference of $37,135, or 40 percent.
Pelosi’s entire staff — men and women — earned an average annual salary of $108,150 and a median salary of $114,662. By both measures, women made considerably less.