We know the name of the best medical profession in the world, but how many of us know the real name of its best medical practitioner?
A new poll from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development found that while the top 3% of the profession (who have a combined annual salary of $80 million) earn more than the bottom 10% of all professions, the top 20% earn more per hour of work.
This means the top 1% of earners can earn nearly double the wages of the bottom 20% of workers.
It’s a big difference.
The top 20%, according to the OED, have a median income of $86,923, while the bottom 40% earn just $11,932.
This makes the top 0.1% of medical workers earn more in total than the top 5%.
And it means that while many top medical professionals work in fields like obstetrics and gynecology, they’re mostly doing the same job for less money.
These doctors and nurses work for organizations like the American Academy of Pediatrics and American College of Nurse Practitioners.
In contrast, the bottom 1% earn only about a third of what the top 10% earn in their jobs, and many are doing it for less.
The OED survey found that the top medical workers are concentrated in the United States, in New York City and in Los Angeles.
This is partly because they are mostly white, middle-class people with college degrees and the right skills.
They are also highly educated, and their salaries are also high.
But it’s not just the U.S. The survey also found that physicians in Europe, Japan, Australia, South Korea and Canada were also highly concentrated.
This has to do with the health care industry in those countries, which is dominated by multinationals, and with the lack of competition.
The United Kingdom, Germany and Australia have the best public health systems in the OECD, according to data from the International Organization for Standardization.
But the OECD is not the only place where doctors earn a lot.
They also work in the private sector, as we saw with the survey of doctors who work in England, Wales and Scotland.
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