Friday, 16 February 2018

Top women doctors lose out in NHS pay stakes

Top women doctors lose out in NHS pay stakes Senior NHS female doctors are earning less than their male counterparts, a BBC investigation shows.

Of the top 100 earning consultants in England, just five are women, despite more than a third of the workforce being female.

The top-paid man earned nearly £740,000 - two-and-a-half times that of the top woman.

On average, full-time women consultants earned nearly £14,000 a year less than men - a pay gap of 12%. BBC News

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