39% of them thought the job market was tougher than they expected so it could be a reset of expectations hereI disagree, the most important metric is job satisfaction and the class of 2019 did well for themselves. The job market for rad onc has always been tough, 9% change in a COVID year is not nearly as bad as it could've been. People feelings on job market is not really a reliable metric of the future, especially during a pandemic. 90% of people being satisfied with jobs is great and a reasonable number in any specialty. This doesn't mean there isnt an oversupply or that we shouldn't be concerned. But to try to spin this survey to make it bad year for residents is not really accurate. These are reasonable numbers for this class- let this data stand on its own and use the plethora of other data to make your other points.