Burn-out among U.S. physicians 2013-2020, by gender

This statistic shows the percentage of physicians in the United States who expressed burn-out from 2013 to 2020, by gender. It was found that female physicians consistently reported feeling burned-out more than male physicians, with 55 percent of female physicians feeling burned-out in 2016, compared to 46 percent of male physicians.

Burn-out among U.S. physicians from 2013 to 2020, by gender*

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Release date

January 2020


United States

Survey time period

2013 to 2020

Number of respondents

around 15,000 physicians from 29 specialties

Method of interview

Email survey

Supplementary notes

* Years present year of publication, not year the survey actual tool place.

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