OB-Gynecology is one of the fastest-growing specialty fields in the United States.
In the past five years, there has been a $10.5 billion increase in OB-gyn pay, with the average salary increasing by $6,000, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
OB-Gyns are often paid well below their peers in other medical fields.
Many OB-gyns earn between $17,000 and $50,000 a year, and some earn more.
But they are underpaid compared to their peers, which are paid roughly twice as much as their peers.
The median salary for OBGYNs in 2015 was $91,200, according the Bureau.
The bureau defines OB-nurses as those who are certified by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and have at least a bachelor’s degree.
The majority of OB-Gs are employed by private hospitals and outpatient clinics, but the industry has grown to include other specialty fields such as gynecology and pediatric surgery.
OBGyn pay is higher than other medical jobs, but it’s also not the norm, said David St. Clair, president of the National Women’s Law Center.
OBGYN compensation has also been rising for years, according, but there’s been a dramatic increase in the number of OBGs and other OB-gon providers, he said.
The rise in OBG’s pay is especially concerning given that it is one more barrier to entry for women, said St. Claire, who is also president of Women, Action & Policy Center.
The number of women entering the OB-care industry in recent years has been increasing.
In 2015, there were just 5,000 OB-Care providers, according a 2016 report by the National Partnership for Women & Families, a nonprofit organization.
In 2019, that number jumped to 30,000.
OBGA, the largest OB-Health association, estimates that there are now 1.8 million OB-Men and 1.4 million OBG-Men.
In its 2015 report, the group said OB-Women earn an average of $58,000 in salary.
The group’s report said that OBG pay is “so low because the pay structure and the barriers that exist to access to OBGY care are so restrictive that it creates a lack of access.”
The pay gap is not limited to OB-Nurses.
A 2016 study by the Center for American Progress found that the top 5% of OBG workers make up a greater share of the total workforce than all other occupations.
The study, titled “Why Paying Women More Is Not Good for the Economy: The Myth of the Female Pay Gap,” found that while OBG is the most-discriminated occupation, the average wage of OBOGs is only $24,400.
The report cited other research that found the gap is even larger.
A 2015 study from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities found that women working in OBGs earn $7.75 an hour and $9.25 an hour for OBG men.
The average OB-OG worker is also more likely to be a member of a union.
The National Women Working Group found that about a quarter of OBGCs, 29%, are in unionized workers, while a quarter are not.
But the pay gap has also widened for women who work in OBGY practices, according