September 19th, 2019

Podcast 234: Pay for women pediatricians lags

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Running time: 21 minutes

A national sample of early- to midcareer pediatricians shows that women are lagging behind men in compensation, and another study from the sample shows that they’re not getting much help with the housework, either.

We talk with two of the authors of these studies and get their advice on what to do next — besides emptying the dishwasher and folding some laundry, gentlemen.

Links:

Pediatrics article on earnings

Pediatrics article on housework help

Pediatrics editorial on the two articles

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