‘Carer effect’ of parenting impacts female doctors most, study shows

Female doctors’ working hours drop significantly if they have children, while male doctors work longer hours once they become a parent in a phenomenon dubbed the ‘carer effect’ by new Australian research. In dual-doctor households, female doctors cut their working hours by an even larger margin after becoming a parent, while the working hours of ...

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