Gender Inequality In the medical field

Overview

Women in the medical field are greatly discriminated against. Many different medical jobs are taken by men, and male doctors get paid more.

Data

Studies have shown that less than 50% of women are given long-term jobs, while over 70% of men are given permanent positions.In another study, a group of 695 physicians were surveyed. Throughout this group, there were only 216 women and 479 men. Women are also paid thousands of dollars less than men each year in medical jobs.

Female medical professors are also paid 25% less than male professors. Also, only 21% of medical professors are women.

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