Physician pay study finds men still earn more than women

09/3/2013 | Reuters

Gender gaps in physician earnings still persist in the U.S., with male doctors earning more than their female counterparts, Harvard researchers reported in JAMA Internal Medicine. Male physicians earned on average $221,000 between 2006 and 2010 compared with $165,000 for the average female doctor. For registered nurses and pharmacists, gender disparities in income slightly declined over time.

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