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Health IT gender pay gap grows wider, ten-year study finds

Shared by Radhika Narayanan | 6 25 0 | about 1 year ago

Female health information technology professionals have been doing the same jobs as males for less money for years, and the gap is only growing wider, a study conducted by HIMSS has found.

In 2006 the average female IT worker made 81 percent of the average male IT salary and by 2015 that difference widened to the point where women are compensated at a rate of 78 percent for doing the same jobs, according to the HIMSS Longitudinal Gender Compensation Assessment.

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