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Physician Work-Life Balance

This category includes posts that discuss work-life balance for physicians, physician burnout, how to make extra money as a resident physician, etc.

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Why Is It So Hard to Find a Psychiatrist?

Why is it so hard to find a psychiatrist? Mental health is just as important as physical health; finding a qualified psychiatrist is crucial to receiving proper treatment. However, with long wait times and a shortage of providers, why is it so hard to find a psychiatrist? Let’s explore this topic further. Why Is It So […]

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How Many Hours a Week Does an Anesthesiologist Work?

How many hours a week does an anesthesiologist work? Maybe you’ve seen these medical professionals on TV shows or heard about them from a friend, but you’re not quite sure what their job entails. Well, wonder no more! This blog post will dive into anesthesiology and explore these vital healthcare providers’ typical workloads and schedules.

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Moonlighting in Residency (How MUCH Money Can You Make?)

What Is Moonlighting? What are some opportunities for physicians moonlighting in residency?  When I say moonlighting, I mean working part-time for either the facility you’re training in or potentially an outside facility and getting paid higher than you would as a resident or fellow. First, the average annual compensation for a resident is around $60,000, less at the beginning

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