A new pay equity study covering over a dozen unionized Tribune Publishing newsrooms identified gender and racial pay gaps of more than $4,000, Tribune unions announced Tuesday.
The study, which includes pay data from Tribune and results from a survey of union members, found that the median salary for Black women at unionized Tribune newsrooms in 2021 was 22.5% less than that of their white male colleagues.
The median pay for men was roughly $8,355 more than the median pay for women. White employees had a median pay that was $4,530 more than that of Hispanic or Latino employees, $7,740 more than that of Black employees and $7,510 more than that of
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