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clement

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I know of someone switching from pathology to FM in NYC. Was curious, anyone have any experience training FM in NYC? What were some of the nuances in training there both good and bad? Are starting salaries $120-150s out of residency (sorry to *ask* but student loans and having a family beg the question)? If single and paying back loans, that's still comfortable.
 

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you can make as much as you want. In NYC, you'll have to see more patients and work longer hours to make your target salary. Word to the wise however, your best off capping at 249k because after that you'll be paying insane taxes and its not worth it when you can be spending your time living life...pm me if you have more questions as I am originally from the NYC area and know all about FM in NYC.
 
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does anyone else have input on this? is it hard to find fm jobs right of residency in manhattan, the bronx, brooklyn? i know you'll work longer hrs and see more pts, but are starting salaries really 120-150 right out of residency for outpatient 9-5?
 
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