Getting started on the path to a fulfilling career.
“I’m not sure where to start.”
It’s one of the most common things we hear from physicians who want to make a change in their career. Changing jobs, escaping from a toxic workplace, figuring out what you really want to do with your life… all this can be intimidating. Take it one step at a time. Start with the resources below.
Do some soul searching
Read about the steps to making a career change. Consider how your skills can translate to another job or field. Start taking action to build your personal brand. If you’re used to spending your days seeing a clinic full of patients, broaden your perspective of the value you can bring to health and medicine.
Go after your goals
Check out some of our latest articles:
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