Payment & Practice Management  |   April 2017
The 2016 Job Market for Graduating Anesthesiology Residents
Author Affiliations
  • Erica J. Stein, M.D.
    Committee on Practice Management
  • Jay R. Mesrobian, M.D.
    Committee on Practice Management
  • Joseph W. Szokol, M.D., J.D., M.B.A.
    Committee on Practice Management
    Chair
  • Amr E. Abouleish, M.D., M.B.A.
    Committee on Practice Management
Article Information
Education / CPD / Practice Management / Payment & Practice Management
Payment & Practice Management   |   April 2017
The 2016 Job Market for Graduating Anesthesiology Residents
ASA Monitor 04 2017, Vol.81, 58-62.
ASA Monitor 04 2017, Vol.81, 58-62.
The ASA Practice Management Committee has completed its fifth annual survey of graduating anesthesiology residents. The goal of the survey is to provide data about current trends in the anesthesiology job market. The Committee hopes that graduating residents and their programs will find the data and trends interesting. In addition to providing information for graduating residents about job opportunities, it can be helpful to the residency program by providing market trends as well as helping them effectively mentor and refine the educational curriculum to best prepare residents for their careers in anesthesiology.
In May 2016, an electronic survey was sent to graduating anesthesiology residents nationwide through the ASA Membership Office. At the time of the survey, the Membership Office had 1,630 CA-3 residents listed as members, with 1,585 CA-3 residents having corresponding email addresses; participation was voluntary and all responses were anonymous, as resident email addresses were never directly accessed. The survey consisted of 29 questions. Responses were collected from May through August 2016.
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