Urban, Suburban, or Rural Practice: Pros and Cons

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For physicians, leaving training (whether that be residency or fellowship) signals a major shift in agency over one’s life. This may sound dramatic, but from medical school acceptance to matching, the geographic location of one’s posting is more often a result of fate rather than by design. Plenty of young physicians-in-training spend years transplanted on another coast, or in the middle of a major city, dreaming of the day they get to be a “free agent” and live wherever they want. This prospect is exciting and can also feel overwhelming, given the variety of opportunities in the job market

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