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Family issues are the leading reasons physicians resign as well as accept positions, a healthcare recruiting firm survey reveals.
Family issues are the top reasons physicians resign as well as accept positions, according to a survey by a healthcare recruiting firm.
MillicanSolutions, which specializes in pediatric medicine, reports that family considerations were cited as a higher priority than compensation packages and career advancement opportunities, according to a 40-question survey given to members of the American Association of Administrators in Academic Pediatrics.
Other findings include that a quality work environment is one of the greatest challenge in retaining physicians and recruiting desired candidates, more so than pay.