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Even as Doctors, Women Get Slapped With the Pay Gap

After controlling for faculty rank, age, and more, researchers found a salary gap of $20,000 in 24 public medical schools.
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Age. Experience. Specialty. 

These are some of the many factors that have been used to explain why women make up about half of medical school graduates yet only 13 percent of medical school department leaders and make less than men.