Becker’s Hospital Review
New research documents an unexplained, growing disparity in pay between male and female physicians at the outset of their careers…
…”Our analysis showed that physician-stated preferences for controlling work-life balance, including having predictable hours, the length of the work day, the frequency of being on call overnight, and the frequency of weekend duty, had virtually no effect on the starting salary differential between men and women,” the researchers concluded.
The study is based on data from the “New York Survey of Residents Completing Training” conducted annually by the Center for Health Workforce Studies of the University at Albany, State University New York. Results from 1999 to 2017 were included in the study. Work-life balance preference data was from 2014-17.