So if I whas to tell you whas the salaries whas whas yous gonna dos fos mes?shiv said:Hey guys!! I had a question, about as to whas the high end of salary for anesthesiologist and whas the starting salary? thanks
Pretty much right on.......I work in NJ and make around $375-400k per year depending.Dryacku said:I am only a fouth year however this is a very impt quesiton to me... after doing much research... I have come to the following conclusion if you work full time you should earn no less then 200-225 at the least and prob between 350-400 if you work beyond a 40-50 hour week or in a remote location... fellowships are out the quest.. my cuz does cardiac in grand rapids mich and makes close to 550-600 a year (very unique are)... so the way I look at it is are content with 250-300 considering things may change... but thats the least i can accept even working more then avg... for you workin guys correct me if i am wrong???
The_Sensei said:Pretty much right on.......I work in NJ and make around $375-400k per year depending.
Dryacku said:just a few questions.. are you partner?
how many years are you out? and what is your schedule like?
43050 and my rent is 625/mo.Laryngospasm said:Ha. You are a mere peasant, I make 45 large a year. Booya
I cant decide yet, Im either getting a Gulfstream 3, or a 4. But a 4 seems like id just be showing off. You know?DreamMachine said:I can wait till I'm pulling that figure, Larnygospasm. What are you doing with all that extra loot?
We also get free parking and some pens.
dude did you hear about this new type of single engined plane that's out there. apparently the actual plane itself has a parachute!!!Laryngospasm said:I cant decide yet, Im either getting a Gulfstream 3, or a 4. But a 4 seems like id just be showing off. You know?
Because you are a "partner" in the business, not an employee. As a Partner there are various benefits, not limited to profit sharing on a equal basis with other partners. You are also usually harder to fire or let go.wrx said:Stupid Q- I don't understand this whole "partnership" thing. So after 1-2 years of working for the group, you obtain "partnership" status. Hell, aren't all the anesthesiolgists "partners" given they've been in practice for more than 1-2 years? Why does your income increase as a partner?
You are probably talking about the Cirrus SR20 or SR22: http://www.cirrusdesign.com/aircraft/safety/index.html It has a parachute rescue system (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cirrus_Aircraft_Parachute_System) and also features state of the art, glass cockpit-avionics: http://www.cirrusdesign.com/aircraft/avionics/SleepIsGood said:dude did you hear about this new type of single engined plane that's out there. apparently the actual plane itself has a parachute!!!