While the gap is narrower among recent graduates, it becomes wider among those with 6-15 years of experience and even wider among those with 15+ years of experience. What's your sense?
Nearly half of the respondents to a recent Women In Optometry Pop-Up Poll said that they eat well most of the time, but 65 percent said that their work schedule is often what gets in the way.
An optimist might look at the chart to the right and
say that the income gap between men and women
in the first five years of practice is relatively small—about 10 percent.
Despite having spent childhood family vacations at annual Optometry’s Meeting site locations and state optometry conventions, Jennifer Kohn, OD, didn’t make up her mind to become an optometrist until she shadowed ER doctors as an undergraduate.
Are you eating well?
It's not unusual for the work week to fly by in a blur, leaving behind a piling high to-do list.
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