Read the actual article and paper, men weren't shown more ads for positions paying $200k+, they were shown more ads for coaching services to help them get jobs paying $200k+. It is more accurate to say that men are more willing to pay money to get help getting jobs paying $200K+, read men are relatively more desperate to get high paying jobs. This matches pretty well with what (if we are even remotely honest) we already know, men are more likely to be judged based on their job. Even Mythbusters was able to easily conclude that, for example, men who make more money are considered cuter by women on average. (same men, but with different job profiles).
This increased desire for high paying jobs and willingness to sacrifice for them (in this case, literally paying money for coaching), may well result in men getting more high paying jobs, BUT again these are ads for services, not job offers.