Mind the G.P


This report from the UK think tank IPPR looks at pay inequality amongst General Practitioners.

The size of GP practices means they do not systematically report on pay inequality. New IPPR analysis uses the latest workforce and earnings data to provide, in lieu of that, a comprehensive estimate of the general practice pay gap in England. This analysis shows that men working as GPs earn, on average, an estimated £110,000 per year. By contrast, a female GP earns, on average, an estimated £70,000 per year. Neither constitute poverty wages, but the gap between them is huge: 35 per cent.

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