Do our Compensation Patterns Reflect our Values?

By Naomi Korb Weiss, Avi Herring, Justin Rosen Smolen, Tamar Snyder, Mordecai Walfish, Ruthie Warshenbrot

eJewish Philanthropy, November 8, 2012

In the spring of 2012, a group of NYU alumni, all young professionals working in the Jewish communal sector, launched a compensation survey of the field, receiving nearly 1,700 responses. The full report is scheduled to appear in the upcoming issue of the Journal of Jewish Communal Service, to be published in early 2013. The average salary of survey respondents was $66,044, with a median of $56,000. Men still “out-earn” women by $8,681 in the Jewish communal sector.

Topic: Gender, Salary, Jewish Communal Service, Workplace, Prejudice, Employment, Jewish Organizations, Discrimination, Women, Jobs, Compensation

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Korb Weiss, Naomi. Herring, Avi. Rosen Smolen, Justin. Snyder, Tamar. Walfish, Mordecai. Warshenbrot, Ruthie. Do our Compensation Patterns Reflect our Values?. eJewish Philanthropy. 8 November 2012:


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