The biennial report, released earlier this week, found that although equity and nonequity partners’ average compensation increased at about the same rate between 2017 and 2019, the gap between the two groups’ reported levels of satisfaction with their pay “remains wide and is growing.”

Both groups saw a roughly 12-percentage-point increase in their average pay, the survey found. Average compensation for equity partners rose from about $1.24 million to $1.39 million, while non-equity partner compensation increased from $388,000 to $432,000.

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