Thursday, January 02, 2014

Having more female doctors is hurting the NHS

Because female doctors CHOOSE to work in general practice and then retire early, it is necessary to train two female doctors to ensure you have covered the position that one would cover through a normal career. It costs £500,000 to train a doctor. The British taxpayer is paying a heavy price for this trend towards more female doctors. 

Of course, expect the feminists to counter with two points in the coming years:

(1) Female doctors bring many wonderful qualities to the role that a man could never bring

(2) If women are are leaving their job early it must be because the job is 'unfriendly' to them and must be more generous to them, and give them more flexibility etc etc. 

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