'Striking' gender pay gap in top medical education jobs: US

Women in top medical school jobs are paid less than men to the tune of $100k, study shows

Women in top positions at US medical schools earn on average $100,000 a year less than men, a study suggests.

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Women who chaired departments at state medical schools were paid less than men with the same job, even after accounting for factors such as length of time in the field and number of papers published, according to the analysis.

Study co-author Dr Eleni Linos, of Stanford University in California, and colleagues did not know what to expect when they began the study, but the difference in salary they