Study Says Women Museum Directors Earn 29 Percent Less Than Male Counterparts

According to the findings of a study by the Association of Art Museum Directors that was released on Friday, on average women museum directors in Canada and the US earn roughly 29 percent less than their male colleagues.

“Everyone just claps their hands and says that it’s getting better,” Elizabeth Easton, director at New York’s Center for Curatorial Leadership, told the Times. “But with boards full of men and search committees gravitating to men, it’s not going to get better.”

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