Saturday, June 23, 2007

New women doctors outnumber men in the UK

Newly-qualified women doctors outnumber their male counterparts by almost three to two, a survey suggests, says this story on the BBC.

The British Medical (BMA) found that 58% of doctors who graduated in 2006 were female compared with 51% in 1995.

The poll of 435 doctors suggests one in five female doctors anticipate working part-time for most of their career. The figure for men was one in 25.
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