For Residents archives: Job market
A look at five career options in internal medicine
A panel of internists speak candidly about the pros and cons of several career choices (September 2000)
Seven things internists need to know about signing contracts
Too often, physicians fail to examine the details of a contract before signing (September 2000)
Subspecialists lead revitalized market for residents
While cardiologists are leading in salaries, generalists are still in demand—in select parts of the country (December 1999)
Hospitalists a growing alternative to office practice
For internists looking for nontraditional career paths, inpatient-only medicine is one of several choices (January 1998)
Pay issues to consider before signing a contract
Some advice and warnings for residents searching for their first job in today's competitive market (April 1997)
Getting the real scoop on your first job in medicine
Be aggressive—and skeptical—to find the position that is right for you (July/August 1996)
How to get the subspecialty job you really want
Certain strategies in this shrinking market can give you an edge (May 1996)
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