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Signs You May Be a Surgery Resident

Signs You May Be a Surgery Resident

If you have ever thanked God for the presence of a CRNA student and their multiple A-line attempts because it gave you time to run upstairs and forage for food in the surgeon’s lounge… If you have mastered the art of the toasted PB&J sandwich with the industrial, finicky, but misunderstood lounge toaster… If you know that changing shoes half-way through a hellish call day makes the world of di... »

How Much Do Resident Doctors Get Paid?

How Much Do Resident Doctors Get Paid?

Doctors just out of medical school must complete a rigorous training program in hospitals and clinics, called a residency, before they can make the big bucks. Residency programs vary in length anywhere from three to seven years, depending on the specialty. Most resident doctors are typically paid a salary in the range of $40,000 to $50,000 a year, according to data from the American Medical Associ... »

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