Female Researchers Paid Less than Males: Study

Women in life sciences research still earn less than their male counterparts, with no obvious explanation for the disparity, researchers found. After accounting for professional characteristics and publication volume, female researchers earned an average of $13,228 less per year than men, according to Catherine DesRoches of Harvard and Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and colleagues. The differences ranged from $6,028 among researchers with PhDs to $14,868 for those housed in...Full Story
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