Compensation

Compensation
From how satisfied residents are with their pay to what incentives they can look forward to, Today's Magazine provides a complete compensation overview for those entering graduate medical training. Find out if a straight salary or one based on productivity incentives is best - or is it a combination of the two? Wondering how productivity-based compensation models work or how can you can determine if your compensation is fair? Check out all of Today's Physician articles on compensation.

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The pros and cons of working locum

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