Compensation for an average physician under age 40 rose in 2021, at rates even faster than for their older peers. Salary stagnation or declines from the COVID-19 pandemic appeared to be in younger doctors' rearview mirrors. However, even among physicians under age 40, men continue to earn more than women do, and only a slim majority of younger doctors feel fairly compensated for the hours and patient counts.
The following infographic explores trends in younger physicians' average compensation and how they feel about their pay. If you're interested in delving deeper into the data, check out the Medscape Young Physician Compensation Report 2022.
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Cite this: Infographic: Incomes Climb for Young Physicians, but Issues Remain - Medscape - Sep 23, 2022.