The income gulf: GPs vs other specialists

No, it's not good news according to the latest figures from the MABEL survey

The gap between GP earnings and those of other specialists has grown to more than $70 per hour.

And the latest figures from the MABEL (Medicine in Australia: Balancing Employment and Life) survey show general practice remains the lowest earning specialty in Australia by a wide margin. 

GPs generated, on average, an hourly income of $101 per hour in 2018, an increase of $1 in five years when adjusted for inflation.

This figure is before tax but after practice costs.