When it comes to getting paid and recognized for your worth at work, it helps to have someone in the room who is on your side. But new, infuriating research has found that the financial value of workplace allies depend on their race and gender. A survey from PayScale, a company that analyzes compensation data, found that having a white man as your advocate at work could boost your pay in a way that having a woman or a person of color in your corner does not.

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