Being an MD isn't what it used to be. Your 200k in the hole out of med school. Your malpractice insurance is 50% of your billable since your so new and a huge liability in todays sue happy world. Forget about private practice, too much startup cost before you can build the huge patient load you need to break even. The best MD job is radiologist, sit at home and read images in your underwear, never see a patient and use words like maybe, possibly or recommend further testing. Insurance company will pay you but stiff the MD that ordered the test. The days of golf at 3 after tagging the head nurse are long gone.
Second topic. Why does anybody need to have cash in their pocket while working? Some guys got set up and robbed here last spring. One numbnut claims he was wearing a thousand dollar gold chain. Just plain dumb.
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