Women doctors' patients seem to do better than male doctors' patients. And yet women doctors earn less than men doctors.
Hmm. Could it be that the women doctors who probably take more time with each patient aren't able to earn as much as the male doctors, who may briskly see each patient through and get on to the next one?
My experience over the years has been that women doctors usually take a bit more time, listen more attentively and take my concerns more seriously than the men doctors but there have been exceptions.
An earlier thread about this: