Physician Education Debt and Potential Salary in the United States

Posted by Darshan Gandhi, M.D., M.B.A. 10/04/2016

Studying medicine is challenging in US considering the length of the program and the amount it costs. To become a doctor, one has to have great passion for the profession and love to be challenged. Doctors are among the highly paid professional in US but there are constraints such as expensiveness of the course, burden of education debts and improper planning for potentiating the salary which can be earned. These issues may demotivate the individuals from pursuing their interests; however, focused approach and proper planning may help solve the problem.

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