Hillary's State Department paid men $16,000+ more than women annually

Men were paid more, even after accounting for similar ranks in education. For example, in 2009, the average salary for women working in the State Department with a bachelor’s degree was $87,561, while men with the same qualifications were paid $98,752.

While the database doesn’t list specific job descriptions, it does include average salaries for white-collar and blue-collar workers. Male white-collar workers were paid more on average than women.

A white-collar female worker was paid an average salary of $86,099 from 2009 to 2012 while a white-collar male worker was paid $102,909. Blue-collar female workers were paid slightly more than blue-collar male workers. From 2009 to 2012, women in this category earned $48,837 while men earned $47,423.