On the internet, you can easily find all sorts of articles about when human intelligence in all of its forms peaks. For an example, I particularly enjoyed one such article from science alert. As the article states, different forms of intelligence peak over different ages in one’s life. (1) We can always count on granny’s […]
When you are in the process of completing residency/fellowship, looking for a radiology job becomes a daunting task. Not only are you trying to find a career that will last for years but you are also left alone swimming through the complexities of contract negotiations, an area that you probably have not experienced before. It’s […]
Congratulations! You’ve nabbed the job you have always wanted. And, your employer has placed you on a partnership track. But, you know that not all who started on partnership track made it to the promised land. To prevent yourself from becoming the next casualty, you’ll do almost anything to ensure that one day you will […]
When you think about the field of radiology, do you picture yourself working from dusk to dawn for years at a time? I suspect that most of you have not. More likely, you’ve probably dreamed of a 9-5 job with an occasional call on weekends and evenings. So, what do you lose out on by beginning […]
Every once in a while, radiology residents and former radiology residents will ask if they should use radiology recruiters to search for jobs. Well, if you glance at some forums (which will remain nameless!), radiology recruiters are labeled the epitome of evil. But, what is the real story behind radiology recruiters? Does it ever make […]
You are really excited to start your career as a radiologist. And, you are interviewing hoping to find a job where you can make the most money and pay off your student debt. Well, there is much more to finding the right job than just assessing the income. Of course, you should consider the location […]
Today we return to Part 2 of our Radiology Swap blog. Click on Radiology Swap- Radiology Private Practitioner Goes To University (Part 1) to catch up if you missed the first part of Radiology Swap! University Radiologist Goes To Private Practice Day 1: Unaccustomed to working in a private office, the University radiologist is surprised […]
During residency, most physician trainees are studying and working so hard that they vaguely realize what is in store for them when they finish their training and begin their first job. In fact, what they expect often times differs dramatically from reality. So, I thought that this would be an interesting post to give you the […]
The herculean question up for debate: is a private practice career path worth the extra money? In order to really answer this question, you really have to know your standard career options. If you are talking about standard career options for the radiologist (not the alternative career paths discussed in a prior post), you can really divide it […]
For several years, radiology has been slowly climbing out of a recessionary job market for its graduating residents. Although the market has been slightly improving, perhaps due to retiring senior radiologists and growth in imaging studies, the job market is still not wide open. And, many locations remain very competitive for new radiologists, especially on the […]
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