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Where the physician wage gap is narrowing
Sacramento Business Journal

The wage gap between male and female physicians is shrinking, a new study finds, a sign of progress in an era when the majority of students entering medical school are women. 

The Doximity research showed that pay parity among male and female physicians dropped below a six-figure salary gap in 2018, with compensation for women growing by two percent. 

Overall, wages were flat, with less than a one percent decrease in physician compensation between 2017 and 2018.