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Female Physician Compensation: 5 Stats to Know

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Aug 8, 2018

Though they attended the same medical schools and underwent the same training as their male counterparts, female physicians still earn about 27 percent less than male physicians, according to a study from the medical networking site Doximity. Specialities with the largest wage gap included occupational medicine, hematology and urology, while pediatric cardiology and geriatrics had the smallest wage gap. female-physicians

Another study by Medscape showed that, on average, male specialist physicians make around $358,000 per year, while their female colleagues make $263,000. Here are more statistics from Medscape’s annual Female Physician Compensation Report.








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