Gender Inequality

As per a gender pay gap study, women doctors are paid $2m less than their male counterparts

As per a gender pay gap study, female primary care physicians in Brazil earn $38,000 annually while men make $49,000. Image: Unsplash/ Ani Kolleshi

Kayleigh Bateman

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Women doctors are earning less than their male counterparts for doing the same job
Women doctors are earning less than their male counterparts for doing the same job Image: Health Affairs

The gender pay gap is widening
The gender pay gap is widening Image: Medscape

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