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Study: Female Physicians in Academia Still Earn Less

A new study thought to be the largest on gender pay disparities among academic physicians found that female doctors earn roughly $20,000 less than male counterparts and often hold lesser academic posts.

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A new study thought to be the largest on gender pay disparities among academic physicians found that female doctors earn roughly $20,000 less than male counterparts and often hold lesser academic posts. (The Washington Post)

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