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* 1. According to a new survey "Male nurses still make $6,000-plus more than women." 

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* 2. Men account for only 13% of nurses nationwide, according to a working paper from the Washington Center for Equitable Growth (WCEG)—but despite a lingering stigma, male representation in the field has grown steadily amid a shifting economy and expanding gender roles.

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* 3. The new APA guidelines, which are designed for therapists working with men, suggest that clinicians be aware of their own gender bias so as to avoid misdiagnosis of male clients; be aware of the way racism, homophobia, and transphobia shape male identity, as well as stereotypes about marginalized men; and get out the message to men that “they’re adaptable, emotional and capable of engaging fully outside of rigid norms.”

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