In today’s roundup, learn how to build new construction in California for just a few hundred dollars, a resource for residents who are thinking about quitting, and 33 medical debt statistics.
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Carpe Diem MD
In this tongue in cheek post, Ian Cook describes how he built a new construction, 200 square foot property in California. The only problem? It has no bathroom and is haunted! In fact, Ian and his family built a pretty amazing haunted house out of tents. With this post, you can do it too!
Read the post on Carpe Diem MD: Our latest Short-Term Rental Purchase
The Darwinian Doctor
This past week, I shared an interview with a resident who decided to leave his residency program. We go into some of his reasons, but also talk about a resource he created: a website for other residents who are thinking of quitting. He’s not out to convince anyone to quit their program, but he is all about helping them think through this anxiety-provoking decision.
Read the whole interview on The Darwinian Doctor: A New Resource for Residents who are Thinking of Quitting
The Prudent Plastic Surgeon
Jordan Frey comes through with an analysis of the annual survey of graduating medical students as it pertains to student debt. There is some good news in the survey. Specifically, the average debt of $200,000 has stabilized over the past few years. Also, the percentage of graduating medical students with debt is decreasing. This post is chock full of other interesting statistics like the average cost of medical school: $275,000.
Read the post on The Prudent Plastic Surgeon: 33 Medical School Debt Statistics That All Doctors Need to Know
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