10+ Year Member
- Jul 17, 2006
I'm honestly having trouble deciding what to do when they ask me what is the biggest problem in medicine. I think because so many doctors today are women and they work alot less than men do this is what's causing the doctor shortage in america. If every medical student was a man we would not have a doctor shortage, because men doctors work about 7 hours longer per week than women do, and their careers last on average about 6 more years. These are hard statistical facts that can't be disputed, yet I feel if I say this in an interview I wont get accepted because as we all know, in today's society, you have to be politically correct to get ahead. Should I be honest or be PC?