We know that more women are becoming doctors than ever before. So, where are female doctors most prevalent globally?
According to Sarah Feldman, writing for Statista:
“Tokyo Medical University for years falsified test scores for female applicants to systematically keep the number of women admitted to the school low, believing that once women got married and had children they would not be able to perform their duties as doctors.”
“According to OECD data, rates of female doctors vary by country with women making up anywhere from a solid majority to a small minority of doctors in a given country. Despite this wide range of female professionals in this highly skilled sector of health care, the overall health workforce is still largely composed of women.”
The United States still has a long way to go.