Physicians' retirement woes
Caught between healthcare reform mandates and a weak economy, many physicians are fretting that financial conditions will force them to postpone retirement indefinitely. It's no surprise that baby boomer and older "Silent Generation" physicians plan to delay their retirement. What is surprising is that Generation Xers are also thinking about it, even though retirement is many years away, according to Jackson & Coker, an Alpharetta, GA, physician placement firm.
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