econlife Issues | The Gender Pay Gap for Female Physicians.
Female physicians at U.S. public medical schools tend to get paid less than the men. The size of the pay gap depends on the specialty but a recent study reported that gap can be as much as $51,315. And, even after a multivariable adjustment, still the men took home $19,878 more than the women. A basic circular flow model explains why. > http://econlife.com/2016/07/physician-gender-pay-gap/