Gender Disparities in Work and Parental Status Among Early Career Physicians

August 9, 2019

Women now make up half of incoming US medical students.1 While much progress has been made toward equalizing levels of entry into the field of medicine for men and women, large gaps in salary and leadership positions remain.2,3 To gain insight into the timing and drivers of gender gaps for the newest generation of physicians, we followed a cohort of physicians emerging from training for attrition from the workforce and the role of family considerations in decisions about how much to work. Click here to read more and download the PDF.

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