The end of a year isn't just time to make bold predictions for the upcoming year; it's also the time to look back at what has passed. Here are the most read articles of the year, in case you missed them the first time.
The end of a year isn’t just time to make bold predictions for the upcoming year; it’s also the time to look back at what has passed, and 2012 was a year of change for Physician’s Money Digest.
At the end of August, PMD unveiled its new site layout and color scheme, doing away with the old green and blue and the short-lived red and black color schemes.
Since the election, we’ve been covering the fiscal cliff from explaining what it is back when the majority of people didn’t know yet and dissecting the taxes and spending cuts to advice on what you can do to make it sting less and the (small amount of) progress made in fiscal cliff talks.
And while you, our readers, got very vocal in the comments of the election articles, there was another topic that spawned some interesting discussions in the comment sections: the physician shortage and physicians looking to leave health care.
However, none of those articles were the most popular of the year. So, in case you missed them, here were the most read articles of 2012:
10. RNs Among Unhappiest Workers
Posted: Aug. 10
9. The Top 10 Peeves Docs Have About Other Docs
Posted: Feb. 17
8. Top U.S. Primary Care Schools
Posted: March 14
7. Top 10 Peeves Doctors Have About Patients
Posted: Feb. 22
6. 10 Most Commonly Hacked Passwords
Posted: Oct. 31
5. Most Overrated Jobs of 2012
Posted: Sept. 28
4. Top 10 Medical Schools in America
Posted: March 15
3. The Worst States to Retire in 2012
Posted: Feb. 2, 2012
2. The Rudest Cities in America
Posted: Jan. 23, 2012
1. Best Places to Retire in 2012
Posted: Jan. 17, 2012