Fear is common for doctors interested in career change or a non-clinical career
Fear is for a number of reasons:
- What is out there?
- What if I can’t find a way to be happy in my career?
- How will I make the salary I need and am accustomed to?
- What will my family and friends think?
- What if the hospital or my partners find out?
Most have no idea where to turn. Many have been unhappy for years, maybe since their training; some started to feel dissatisfaction 5-6 years ago that has continued to grow stronger.
What Others Have Done
Nonclinical Career Opportunities for Physicians
If you’ve considered a non-clinical career or you are trying to learn more about what you could do in a non-clinical career, it’s nice to read stories or hear about what other doctors have done to be inspired to consider what a non-clinical opportunity might mean for you.
Doctors can literally do anything in their careers. There are opportunities in finance, business, sales, consulting, policy, research, communications and as entrepreneurs (and more).
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