7 Signs Of A Successful Internship Program

7 Signs Of A Successful Internship Program

Internships can help you obtain valuable work experience, complete a college requirement, and contribute to your resume. They can expose you to various areas of full-time work while also allowing you to explore your hobbies and develop your career ambitions....

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10 Signs Of A Poor Internship Program

10 Signs Of A Poor Internship Program

Employers are increasingly using internships as an extruder to train their staff. Whether you are looking to start an internship program or applying for a job, understanding the signs of a poor internship program will help you make the right decision and save you a...

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5 Best Physician Mortgage Loans

5 Best Physician Mortgage Loans

Physician mortgage loans (also known as doctor loans) have been specially designed with doctors in mind. Doctors often have a massive student loan debt. Plus, their work experience may not reflect their true earning potential, particularly the ones who have just finished their residency. Doctor loans help physicians get as much as $1 million from lenders based on their unique financial needs.

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Common Causes Of Medical Board Complaints: Process, Risks, Threats

Common Causes Of Medical Board Complaints: Process, Risks, Threats

Medical board complaint refers to the process of registering a complaint against any medical practitioner. A patient can complain to the respective state medical council or boards for unprofessional conduct and inadequate care by a physician or healthcare provider. If the patient is covered by medicare, they can file a complaint directly to medicare.

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Spousal Income Gaps: When Only One Spouse Is A Physician

Spousal Income Gaps: When Only One Spouse Is A Physician

In the United States, there is a significant difference in income between doctors and non-doctors. In fact, according to one study, the average physician makes $242,000 while the average American earns just over $48,000. When both spouses are physicians, this income gap continues to exist, but it may not be as significant. However, when only one spouse is a physician (and often they’re female), there is often an economic disparity that can potentially lead to marital stress and divorce.

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Simple SEO Strategies For Your Medical Practice To Stand Out

Simple SEO Strategies For Your Medical Practice To Stand Out

Your medical practice is an important part of your life. It’s where you spend most of your waking hours, and it’s the place where you feel like you are making a difference in someone else’s life. But if no one can find your website, then all of this work may go to waste!

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10 Reasons To Consider A Pay Cut With A New Job

10 Reasons To Consider A Pay Cut With A New Job

When deciding to take a new job, many factors must be considered, such as the job title, job responsibilities, potential for future growth, benefits, and salary. A doctor could be looking for more work-life balance, or they may need to relocate their home and family, or an opportunity for advancement.

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5 Reasons: To Consider a Non-Clinical Career

5 Reasons: To Consider a Non-Clinical Career

The good news is that there’s never been a better or easier time to switch careers to non-clinical. It’s a great time to get ahead and consider other options, or even combine clinical work with another career that is more in demand today. Switching is easier than you might think so don’t hesitate!

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Alternative Income for Physicians: 24 Lucrative Options

Alternative Income for Physicians: 24 Lucrative Options

Physicians have a lot of opportunities to make money outside of the clinic. However, many physicians don’t know how to find these opportunities or even if they exist in the first place. That said, it does always come down to investing additional time or money.

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Moonlighting For Residents

Moonlighting For Residents

For instance, some contracts forbid employees from practicing within the same geographic location, specialization, or through locum tenens and telemedicine. The feasibility depends on the parameters of the training program.

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5 Non-Clinical Competencies That The Most Successful Doctors Have

5 Non-Clinical Competencies That The Most Successful Doctors Have

Non-clinical skills are the attitudes, habits, and qualities that make a physician a well-rounded professional. There are certain non-clinical competencies for physicians in the healthcare setting that can help them serve their patients better and make an unenviable and uncomfortable situation easier.

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Physician Resumes: Answers To The Most Common Questions

Physician Resumes: Answers To The Most Common Questions

A physician’s resume follows the same basic principles as any other resume. Use action-oriented words where every sentence has powerful action verbs. Follow a well-structured, bullet-based format that demonstrates a clean format and uses easy-to-read fonts.

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