Female Researchers Paid Less than Males: Study

"As elsewhere in society," she and her colleagues wrote in their paper, "these discrepancies could reflect historical practices, perhaps including sexist or otherwise disparaging attitudes about the contributions of women scientists, or they may reflect the different choices made by female researchers."

They concluded, "Compensation and advancement policies should recognize and reward the full scope of the roles that women researchers play as they advance in their careers and contribute to life sciences research."

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