Source: College and University Professional Association for Human Resources
The College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR) recently released new report, The Gender Pay Gap and the Representation of Women in Higher Education Administrative Positions: The Century So Far, on women’s equity in higher education administration. It highlights trends in higher education administrator’s pay and representation, comparing the gaps between men and women overall and by seniority and region.
The study finds that about half of all higher education administrators are women. Yet, women are often in less prestigious, lower-paying jobs. It also finds that while salaries for men and women have risen since 2001, the pay gap has remained relatively consistent at $20,000.
To read the full report and companion infographic, please visit the CUPA-HR website.