Hey guys. So one of the factors that's always been a part of my wanting to be a doctor is the job availability. It's obviously not the only reason I want to be a doctor, but I wouldn't be putting myself through a decade of rigorous education and debt just to end up unemployed. I've been hearing some rumors about the job market becoming scantier for specialists, especially radiologists (one of the specialties I'm interested in). How true is all this? I didn't really balk at the talk of physician compensation going down, because I don't think quality of life is going to be changed by making 10k less when you're already making above 200k; but a turbulent job market might discourage me from going to medical school. Does anyone have any clarification on all this? I'm not really sure where to find out about this sort of stuff. I plan on practicing in Texas BTW, preferably in the "Texas Triagle."