Key Takeaways

  • On average, women earn only 83 cents for every dollar a man earns.
  • The more women in a medical subspecialty, the less money both women and men earn over time.
  • Equalizing salaries immediately after residency completion influences the wage gap more than annual salary growth rates.

By Sarah Handzel, BSN, RN

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