An article published in JAMA today shows that although great efforts are made to balance salaries between male and female staff, differences still exist in pay rates, even after adjusting for differences in specialty, institutional characteristics, academic productivity, academic rank, work hours, and other factors. Reshma Jagsi, M.D., D.Phil., of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and their colleagues gathered data to establish whether salaries do indeed differ by gender.
The gender gap persists in academic medicine, with female physicians who do research earning about $13,000 a year less than their male counterparts, researchers reported Tuesday in the journal JAMA. Read Post
CHICAGO – A survey of mid-career academic physician researchers finds that gender differences in salary exist, even after adjustment for differences in specialty, institutional characteristics, academic productivity, academic rank, ... Read Post