Articles  |   June 2013
Finding the Right Job
Author Affiliations
  • Lars E. Helgeson, M.D.
    Committee on Practice Management
  • Aparna Ananth, M.D.
    Committee on Practice Management
Article Information
Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems / Education / CPD / Gastrointestinal and Hepatic Systems / Practice Management / Articles
Articles   |   June 2013
Finding the Right Job
ASA Monitor 06 2013, Vol.77, 34-36.
ASA Monitor 06 2013, Vol.77, 34-36.
Having a job ready after graduation is a major focus for a CA-3 resident. You may have decided if you want to do a fellowship, go into private practice, stay in academia or go military. You probably have a fairly good idea about geographic preferences based on family, climate, social, financial or other factors. Perhaps you are open to going anywhere as long as you get the “right” job.
So what is the right job?
A great job for one person may be a very poor choice for another. It is essential to put some thought and effort into finding a practice that fits your personality, temperament and expectations. Put simply, the practice should be a good match for you and you need to be a good match for the practice.
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