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  • We can define a physician's happiness in two broad categories: at work and outside

  • of work. Happiness outside of work is largely a function

  • of the lifestyle of the specialty. This encompasses factors like the number of hours spent in

  • the hospital, the amount of money one makes, and how predictable or unpredictable the work

  • hours are. Specialties with favorable lifestyles tend to score higher in terms of happiness

  • outside of work. The top five happiest specialties outside

  • of work are rheumatology, otolaryngology, endocrinology, pediatrics, and general surgery.

  • Happiness at work is largely dependent on factors like the amount of time spent with

  • patients, the patient population, the immediacy of patient improvement, and the level of stress

  • at work. The top five happiest specialties at work

  • are dermatology, ophthalmology, allergy and immunology, followed by a three-way tie between

  • orthopedic surgery, psychiatry, and pulmonary medicine.

  • This data may be helpful; however, don't let it sway you completely. Rather than looking

  • at data about others' happiness levels, examine your own. Going into a specialty that you

  • actually enjoy is more important to your long-term happiness than just pursuing whatever has

  • the best lifestyle, procedures, or compensation.

We can define a physician's happiness in two broad categories: at work and outside

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    Summer posted on 2021/11/03
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