New York Times Pays Minorities and Women Less, Union FindsBy
Minorities earn 10% less than average, women 7% less than men
Study overlooks experience, education, Times tells News Guild
The New York Times pays unionized minority employees about 10 percent less on average than their colleagues overall and women earn 7 percent less than men, according to a study by the union at the company.
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