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Why Female Doctors Make Less

Female physicians earn about $12,000 less annually than their male counterparts, according to a new study that took into account common wage-gap causes — like amount of work hours and areas of specialty. Researchers speculate that this particular gap exists because women, when choosing a new job, are more likely to accept a lower-paying position if it means better job location and community.

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