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Topic - Reshma Jagsi
Women physician-scientists are paid much less than their male counterparts, researchers found, with a salary difference that over the course of a career could pay for a college education, a spacious house, or a retirement nest egg.
I think we have much work to do," said lead author Dr. Reshma Jagsi, a breast cancer radiation specialist and researcher at the University of Michigan.
And Jagsi said people in hiring positions may be biased, perhaps unconsciously, toward hiring men.