"Traditionally, men have gravitated toward acute care (/directory/acute-care), high-paid specialties and to management/administration, which are all higher paying," he said. "Based on this survey, it seems clear men are being paid signicantly more than women in the profession doing comparable work. I would call on employers to assess their current workforce for gender gaps and raise salaries to create parity."
One important aspect of earnings is men are more likely to negotiate their salaries, the survey found. While 43 percent of men "most of the time or always" negotiate, only 34 percent of women do so, which may partially account for the pay gap in healthcare and other professions.
exactly my point, pay gap is a myth nowadays. This is nothing but a political tool to fool the useful idiots.