still on my first job outside of the military...plan on staying until:
1) I retire
2) work/pay ratio sucks too bad
People I've hired came to me because of number 2.
There are at least 7 people who are looking for jobs because they didn't cut the mustard with my group.
I left my first job because of #2.
question for military: 7 people seems like a lot of partnership track docs to not measure up. How many did make partner during the time period those 7 left. Also, it is not a testament to your group's hiring selection process if that represents a high ratio of washouts to partners.
I surely don't want to pretend that I know Mil's practice and can speak for him. But I will give my impression.
Rip me Mil if I am out of line and I will apologize. But I think I have a reason for your "poor candidates". LOCATION.
I left my first job b/c of location. I wanted a lifestyle that appealed to me outside of work. I understand that different people have different needs but highly desirable locations attract highly desirable people.
I would bet these Drs. would have had trouble elsewhere as well. Mil may have high standards but they are not ones that can't be met by most well trained physicians.
And with this I have answered why I left me first job. Great job. Great Drs. Bad location for me.
I thought the SDN was an Anonymous forum, I am here to help people see what a threat working for Criminals like AMC is to your health, wealth, and career.what was your previous user name?
I spent some time there as a med student. It is a really a nice town. Very educated population, nice hospitals. It was a fun place to live.could be, but I doubt it...
no one is leaving......
we have more PhD's per capital here than any other city in the nation.
restaurants...symphony...blah blah blah....
but we do have the stigma of being in the south...but I don't think it's the location.