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Female Physician Compensation: 5 Stats to Know

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Aug 8, 2018 9:30:00 AM

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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