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Table 3 Rates of labor wastage in physicians and nurses, by gender; Mexico

From: Gender inequality in the health workforce in the midst of achieving universal health coverage in Mexico

Rates × 1 000**2005200620072008200920102011201220132014201520162017AARAAGR
Physicians (N)216 073235 672219 424255 268262 094284 615264 306266 915264 245241 550246 442234 733292 035  
 Women (%)35.435.042.136.938.841.341.740.643.440.940.846.448.5  
 Men (%)64.665.057.963.161.258.758.359.456.659.159.253.651.5  
Physicians (rate)2532742292432632912912672682633192602732691.23
 Women3363792583323364003693522823723793153183411.31
 Men2082182071902172142352102571872782122302202.64
Nurses (N)313 245337 709335 117351 807393 197368 618359 431388 177428 357436 853455 892482 463591 801  
 Women (%)95.894.293.693.293.691.993.789.791.088.789.388.387.8  
 Men (%)4.25.86.46.86.48.16.310.39.011.310.711.712.2  
Nurses (rate)4674464304564354575064224514394214524824510.57
 Women4774484264684394695204294504544324644934590.63
 Men2334204782853773213083594613253313574023588.71
  1. AAR average annual rate, AAGR average annual growth rate
  2. **Includes employment, quantitative and qualitative underemployment, underemployment, and household activities
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