Doctors find more opportunities for part-time work
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, March 21, 2008
Nearly 20 percent of physicians are working part time versus about 13 percent two years ago, according to a survey of nearly 14,000 doctors by Cejka Search. Experts say the change has been driven by necessity because as the need for doctors grows, hospitals and physician practices are becoming more flexible. But despite the growing acceptance, drawbacks still exist for physicians who work part-time.
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