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When it comes to student debt, you’re far from alone. There’s no need to stress out or feel embarrassed about your situation. Instead, gain an understanding of the options available and make things manageable. Alex Macielak, and Chirag Shah, MD, discuss the state of student debt in the U.S., as well as considerations for improving your credit score.
Nearly everyone who pursues a career in medicine has the goal of improving patient lives. The methods for doing that, however, can take on different forms. There are several alternative-career paths that, in many instances, have physicians putting in little or no time in a clinical setting. Read on for insight from three physicians who have pursued unique paths.
Many physicians wait to retire until their late 60s or 70s, but if you’re considering an early retirement, you’re not alone. Nearly 30 percent of physicians retire between the ages of 60 and 65, and 12 percent retire before the age of 60. Here are five questions to include on your list of things to think through before deciding to retire early.
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