Tag - Finances

6 post-residency career tips for doctors

July 7th, 2022

As you contemplate what’s next for you post-residency, here are six career tips for physicians that will help you find a job you love.

Infographic: Pay off your medical school debt faster with locum tenens

November 2nd, 2021

Pay off your medical school debt more quickly while enhancing your clinical skills in different settings. This infographic shows you how.

Paying off medical school debt: 10 years with PSLF or 3 years with locum tenens?

October 29th, 2021

Dr. Trevor Cabrera shares his strategy for paying off medical school debt more quickly and why he chose to go full-time locum tenens

Residents and Fellows: The Ultimate Guide to Joining or Starting a Private Practice

June 6th, 2014

After your residency or fellowship, you have a number of career options — working as an employed physician, joining a private practice, starting your own practice, or even working locum tenens assignments on a part-time or permanent basis.

Residents and Fellows: Preparing Your Finances before Joining Private Practice

May 6th, 2014

A successful career in medicine requires more than strong clinical skills and a good bedside manner. Before joining or starting a medical practice, you’ll also need strong business and financial skills—and that starts with getting your own finances under control.