RCN’s gender report highlights reasons for poor pay
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RCN’s gender report highlights reasons for poor pay

Erin Dean Health journalist

An RCN report on why nurses have been historically underpaid calls for fairer and more realistic job evaluation frameworks

Look around your workplace and the chances are that most of your nursing colleagues are women. On average, nine out of ten nurses are women, a proportion that has not changed significantly for years.

Nursing Management. 27, 1, 8-10. doi: 10.7748/nm.27.1.8.s7

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