For most physicians, transitioning to management consulting is a big endeavor. A consulting position with a well-regarded firm (for example, McKinsey, BCG, or Bain) is not something you can just submit a quick application for and expect a job offer a few weeks later. If you’re serious about a career in consulting and want to make the most of your efforts, be intentional in your pursuit. Here are five steps to take to set yourself up for success.
Whatever your reason is for not completing a residency, don’t let it hold you back from using your medical degree to have a fulfilling, lucrative career. Here is a rundown of some great jobs for physicians without a residency.
A lot of healthcare professionals want more flexibility and autonomy in their work. Many want an extra source of income. Others are exhausted by clinical work and want different ways to use their medical knowledge. Medical writing is exactly what many of these folks are looking for. But medical writing jobs for physicians come in many flavors. This article aims to sum up what you need to know about finding the best freelance jobs for your skills and interests.
In today’s guest post, John Jurica presents 5 tactics to expedite your search for a nonclinical career, as well as some examples from his own career and tips for getting started. Download our FREE workbook to help get started on your career transition.
Uncertainty about income is one of the main hesitations among physicians considering a transition to a nonclinical position. Average physician salary by specialty is easy to find, but is largely drawn from surveys of physicians practicing in traditional clinical settings. This post aims to provide a ballpark physician salary comparison for the most popular nonclinical jobs.
Administrative jobs for physicians in a healthcare delivery setting can be a great fit for those transitioning from clinical jobs, whether due to a non-compete agreement or just wanting to make a change in your career.
We’ve spent the past 20 weeks blogging about nonclinical job opportunities for physicians. Getting started down this road can be overwhelming. Many doctors feel they aren’t equipped for nonclinical roles. Here are three pieces of advice to help you navigate the nonclinical physician jobs space and set yourself up for success.
Health start-ups with a focus on technology often provide an opportunity to tackle some of the problems facing the entire industry with innovative solutions. As a result, startup and biotech jobs for physicians are increasing in number.
Physicians working in health innovation are often responsible for ensuring that health institutions are on the forefront of health advances and technologies, which currently involves the application of digital health measures to improve patient health outcomes and provider work environments.
Physicians can hold positions working for medical device companies by working in development and safety, traveling to provide training and education, and in marketing and sales of the devices to fellow health professionals.