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The highest-paying subspecialties in adult medical academic medicine

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The subspecialties with the highest starting salaries, and highest incomes after 10 years, for men and women in adult medical subspecialties.

A recent study in JAMA Network Open examined the gender-based gap in starting salaries and subsequent earning potential in various fields of academic medicine. What follows are the subspecialties with the highest starting salaries, and highest incomes after 10 years, for men and women in adult medical subspecialties.

Source: “Addressing Gender-Based Disparities in Earning Potential in Academic Medicine,” Supplemental Online Content, JAMA Network Open, February 18, 2022

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