Join me at The Watering Hole for a rundown of news, tips, articles, and ideas for medical professionals who are looking for zebras in their careers.
Education and teaching jobs for physicians — 7 ways to supplement your income and gain teaching experience as a side gig
There are many types of teaching jobs for physicians – both full-time and as a side gig. This article covers a variety of ways you can teach as a side hustle.
A reader asks what training is beneficial for doctors who wish to pursue careers that incorporate alternative and traditional medicine.
Though many doctors have unfortunately had their hours cut or lost work due to COVID-19, there are actually some clinical and non-clinical jobs with increasing demand due to COVID.
Micropractice… micro-income? Not necessarily! Here’s why doctors going solo may want to consider the micropractice model.
In short, a micropractice is a technology-fueled solo practice that aims to keep costs low and keep quality of care and access to the doctor high. Here is one orthopedic surgeon’s experience in starting a micropractice, and some considerations for doctors who may want to start such a practice.
This article introduces some of the best startup incubators for doctors to move your idea in healthcare transformation to a successful business.
There are great jobs for IMGs without residency. This article describes 10 ways that you can – to some extent – neutralize the fact that you haven’t completed a US residency program. These can help you land a job that both pays well and makes use of your medical knowledge.
I’ve been using a treadmill desk for my remote job, side gigs, and graduate school work for 8 years, and I love it. Here’s my insight on treadmill desks, and how they help keep you healthy and productive.
There are a handful of types of business entities to choose from when starting or formalizing a side hustle, and the best one for you depends on various factors. This article goes over the main types of legal structures for businesses and how to choose between them.
Consulting case interviews are frequently used by management consulting firms as part of their hiring process. Here is how you can use your clinical skills as a doctor to help you excel at case interviews.
Payers and providers are converging to create payviders. Here’s what this means for physician insurance jobs and other careers.
Here’s what to know for physician insurance jobs and careers in managed care when it comes to the growing healthcare payer-provider combo known as a payvider.
Takeaways, highlights, and musings from The Doctors Guide to Navigating a Financial Crisis.
Unique aspects of physician finance: 5 ways in which being a doctor impacts how you should approach personal finance
The main principles of personal finance are the same for everyone. However, there are several unique features of personal finance for physicians that are worth being aware of.
An L4Z readers asks: “Your quiz, “Which non-clinical career is right for you?” suggests that I would be a great editor in the medical writing world. Are there any jobs for someone to do editing specifically?”
There are a bunch of misconceptions about the specialty of general preventive medicine. This article gives the truth about 10 of them.
Here are my recommendations for the best tools, programs, and platforms for building and running a website, whether you have a medical practice, side hustle, or blog.