Applying to anesthesia this year. Don't think CRNA's will completely tank the job market any time soon (if ever) and I'm sure I'll have plenty of job offers coming out of residency. I'd probably do a cardiac fellowship for extra security. It's hard not to think of worst-case-scenario even if I don't 100% think it is likely. However, let's say CRNA's do start taking all cardiac cases independently (there's already some that do) and that just turns into 1 physician managing 4-5 CRNAs and the field becomes saturated. What is my out? Apply for a pain fellowship? Work in an ICU? How can I make sure I'll always have a solid source of income (at least >300k) no matter what happens to the field during my career. Thanks in advance!