9 factors medical residents look for in their 1st job — pay isn't #1 Featured

Written by  Laura Dyrda | Thursday, 10 August 2017 15:00
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Medscape released the Resident Lifestyle and Happiness Report 2017, outlining the key factors residents look for in their first job.

The most important factors include:


1. Work schedule and call hours: 38 percent
2. Supportive organizational or practice environment: 17 percent
3. Starting salary and compensation: 15 percent
4. Flexibility in schedule: 10 percent
5. Educational and professional growth opportunities: 8 percent
6. Potential for career advancement: 7 percent
7. Organization or practice patient population: 5 percent
8. Amount of staff support: 3 percent
9. Prestige of the organization or practice: 3 percent


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