WORST Doctor Lifestyle Specialties

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These are the worst lifestyle specialties for doctors, meaning the physicians with the least predictable and worst hours, lowest pay, and most challenging work.

The lifestyle quality of a specialty comes down to three main factors: (1) the hours you work, meaning the predictability and total number per week, (2) the amount of money you make relative to the amount of work put in, and (3) the quality or substance of your work.

Some medical students choose more challenging specialties because they love the specialty and lifestyle is a secondary or tertiary consideration. After all, lifestyle should NOT be your primary consideration when choosing a specialty.

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TIME STAMPS:
00:00 Introduction
02:06 General Surgery
04:28 Primary Care
06:05 OB/GYN
07:05 Surgical Specialties
08:39 Overlooked but Critical Factors

LINKS FROM VIDEO:
Best Lifestyle Specialties: https://youtu.be/FAoCxY4sy2A
How to Choose a Specialty: https://youtu.be/yQLD_HZPBwM
Choosing a Doctor Specialty: https://youtu.be/TG33tI1JA3U

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