Discussion in 'Economics' started by misterno, Aug 23, 2010.
And just last week, the news reported that the AMA was fighting state changes to allow nurse practitioners (MS or Ph.D. in nursing) to take over more responsibilities normally only allowed to doctors...
H1B visas for Doctors from India. The solution is simple.
Primary care doctors do not typically start out at $191,000 per year. That comes after 4 years of undergrad plus 7 years of medical training, then many more years of working 12+ hour days 27 days a month to build a practice. Subtract 40% for taxes and a thousand or more a month for student loans and all of a sudden it doesn't seem like an exorbitant amount of money.
Tis wy dey kall id der (doq's un loyer's) "Go-den hendkufph"...
Why bust your ass as a primary care doctor when you can be an elite trader?
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