The CDC has published a provisional study showing that there has been a 2% decline in births in the US in 2018 from the previous year. This also makes 2018 a 32 year record low. If this trend continues We will see the talent pool growing smaller with each passing year. https://www.morningbrew.com/stories/there-are-fewer-babies/
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics provides information of mean salaries and hourly wages for general internists nationwide — South Dakota at the top of the list at nearly $276k
The average of $97.04 per hour is what General Internists make in the U.S. This is approximately $201,840 per year. South Dakota’s General Internists saw the highest annual mean wage in the U.S. at $275,760, internists in Alabama came in a close second ($274,930) and Arkansas ($266,980). The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics calculated annual wages
Information from Medscape and written by Megan Knowles In an online survey, Medscape.com gathered data from more than 20,000 U.S. physicians across 29 specialties to assess compensation, hours worked, time spent with patients and more. Participants were required to be currently practicing physicians in the U.S. Medscape is a website providing access to medical information
Work experience is useful when graduation is upon you and your dream job is out there. Most organizations are targeting experienced physicians when hiring, but graduating candidates play a significant role in some positions so they can have a well-rounded team. Education is important, but you need more than a degree to get the position.
Not my problem! If you have this thought squirreled away in the back of your mind then you already have a problem. Don’t even go there! If you assume it’s the candidate’s loss and not yours – then you will lose. The hiring competition is heating up and it is time for recruiters to jump
Money – we all want it and we all need it! This is sometimes the main objective when you look for new employment. Don’t allow money to be your main consideration when seeking a new position. Looking for employment can be your choice and sometimes out of your realm of control. If it is out
For healthcare organizations to be successful they need good, quality talent. They are now facing shortages in this area. B.E. Smith, a healthcare recruitment firm, offers some strategies to the industry for use in overcoming these problems. According to an article from B.E. Smith the next 20 years will give us, on the average, three
Hunter Frint Medical Students Internationally According to the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) the top three countries producing graduates from medical schools in the most recent studies from 2013 are Ireland, Denmark and Australia. Ireland takes a staggering lead with 20.3 percent of medical graduates per 100,000 inhabitants. Denmark came in second
Based off Becker’s Hospital Review Hunter Frint There are many driving factors behind the professional and career decisions that physicians make, but there are some factors that are more relevant than others. The Medicus Firm has been taking surveys in regards to these driving forces behind career changes and professional preferences for 13 years now.
Problems with mental illness and incarceration Hunter Frint Mental illness and incarceration institutions have a long running relationship in the United States, but action is being taken in some places to change the stigma surrounding the generally negative affiliation. With approximately half of people incarcerated in federal or state prisons and local jails suffering