Our Top 5 Career Articles of 2017

As the physician burnout epidemic grows, so too does your readership of the dedicated burnout expert Dike Drummond, MD. Taking three of the top five spots this year, his advice has helped many though 2017. In addition to burnout advice, this year you, our readers, were clearly interested in the hard facts of medical practice: compensation statistics and a clear ranking of the best places to practice. Overall, it seems 2017 was a year to realign priorities and get on the right track. We hope our articles have provided some guidance in that endeavor. Here are the five most read articles of 2017:

orange_55. Stop Physician Burnout: Dealing Effectively with Negative Emotions

In the first of a 3-part series, physician burnout expert Dike Drummond, MD, provides some insight on how to better respond to negative emotions related to your work and your life. With this healthy alternative, you can learn to turn your self-defeating thought process around in just 15 seconds by practicing this simple mindfulness exercise. Read More…

orange_44. Stop Physician Burnout – Money can buy happiness

In the second article of his 3-part series, physician burnout expert Dike Drummond, MD, delves into three new studies in order to answer the age-old question: Can money buy happiness? Learn the relationship between time, money, and happiness – as well as how to use it to your advantage and prevent burnout using this new advice. Read More…

orange_33. Physician Compensation – By the Numbers

There is an ever-growing amount of statistics available on physician compensation, but unfortunately many of these sources require payment or registration in order to gain access. In line with our pledge to never charge physicians to use our website, we’ve compiled some important compensation statistics that are both FREE and require no registration to view. Read More…

orange_22. The best and worst states to practice medicine in 2017

In a recent analysis, WalletHub has produced a ranking of the best and worst states in which to practice medicine in 2017 by evaluating 14 metrics related to “Opportunity & Competition” and “Medical Environment.” Frontline Medical News reports on the findings. In addition, we’ve provided the interactive map which details the rank of each state. Read More…

And our number 1 article of 2017 is…

orange_11. Why Employed Physicians Quit

In his work with hundreds of over-stressed physicians, Dike Drummond, MD, finds that only about 30% must actually quit or change jobs to recover from physician burnout. The last straw in their decision is often one of the BIG THREE reasons he details in this exclusive article. Learn what they are and how to head them off from the expert who’s been there. Read More…

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Thank you for your continued support & another wonderful year!

 – The MedJobNetwork Staff