Andy Kiersz, provided by Published 2:56 pm CDT, Tuesday, April 2, 2019 Despite doctors consistently ranking at the top of lists of highest-paying jobs, the gender gap is unfortunately alive and well in the field of medicine. Doximity, an online community for healthcare professionals, recently released a study on physician compensation across the US. Their analysis of 50 major metropolitan areas found that the gender pay gap varies widely across US cities, although women in medicine earned less than their male counterparts across the board. April 2 marks Equal Pay Day in the United States this year. That is, an average woman working from January 1, 2018, until April 2, 2019, would have earned as much as the average man did just in 2018 alone. A recent study shows that the gender gap extends even to the generally very well-compensated field of medicine. Doximity, an online community for healthcare professionals, recently released their third annual study of physician … [Read more...] about 6 maps that show how far doctors have to go to close the gender pay gap
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San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, California, is the most expensive metro area in the US. San Jose is the bona fide capital of Silicon Valley. About one-quarter of households earn over $US200,000 a year, but that still may not be enough to buy a median-priced home. Meanwhile, an affordable housing shortage has left thousands of working San Jose residents homeless. Outsiders may consider San Francisco synonymous with Silicon Valley, but locals know the epicentre of tech culture is San Jose. The metro area defined by the US Census as San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara is the proverbial heart of Silicon Valley – and the most expensive place to live in the US. Goods and services are about 27% more expensive than the national average in San Jose, and the median home sale price is over $US1 million. But San Jose isn’t all engineers and programmers flush with cash (or stock options). A dire affordable housing shortage has left teachers, landscapers, security officers, and … [Read more...] about What life is really like in the most expensive place in the US, where the typical home costs $1 million and it feels like everyone works in tech
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Japanese personnel provider enters Vietnamese market Representative from Sunwell Solutions Vietnam Yoshioka Reito (R) A representative from Japan’s Sunwell Solutions JSC said on January 23 that its Vietnamese office officially became operational earlier this month. Sunwell Solutions, with eight years experience in providing human resources solutions, aims to increase opportunities for outstanding Vietnamese engineers working at Japanese firms and develop relations between Japanese employers and Vietnamese employees. Yoshioka Reito, a representative of Sunwell in Vietnam, stressed that although it has been established for nine years with highly technical staff, Sunwell is looking to expand its business to great customers, focusing on key fields such as information technology, automobile technology, and refinery projects. According to Reito, Vietnam’s high-quality engineers are able to meet the requirements of Japanese businesses. Sunwell was established with … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEF 25/1
With unemployment low, you need to enrich and empower your company's existing leaders so they'll stick around. Here's how. Krister Ungerboeck Published 11:00 am CST, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 Photo: M_a_y_a | Getty Images Photo: M_a_y_a | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: M_a_y_a | Getty Images Which Employees Should You Invest in? 3 Strategies on How to Make That Choice. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Unemployment is at its lowest point since 1969, thanks to the job gains we’ve seen during the past eight years, as desribed in this article in the New York Times. Now, however, it’s up to companies to compete over the best talent. Employees can be … [Read more...] about Which Employees Should You Invest in? 3 Strategies on How to Make That Choice.