Changing Jobs: How To Make Your Physician Family Work BetterJun 01, 2022
Changing jobs is common for physicians, but is money the main motivator? What are some other driving factors that lead physicians to change jobs? What if a new job requires a physician to move their family across the country to a city they’ve never been to and what types of factors should a physician consider if they are offered a new position? Tune in to learn why a giant sign-on bonus for an unfavorable position is not worth a physician’s quality of life. It is possible for physicians to find a healthy balance between work, life, and finances.
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IN THIS EPISODE
- [02:16] Is money a huge motivator for a physician to change jobs?
- [05:00] Real-life examples of physicians changing jobs and the motivating factors behind the changes.
- [10:07] It’s important to find a healthy balance between life, work, and finances.
- [12:27] What to consider when taking steps toward a more sustainable life.
- [17:29] Why if physicians consider a job change, they should seek advice from a third party.
- [19:19] An example of how changing jobs can improve quality of life for a physician.
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