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  1. Congratulations to all of you who have gotten accepted to MCG! I just graduated in August, so if any of you have any questions, please feel free to message me or post here. Congrats, again!
  2. I agree 100%. I graduated at the top of my class and had fantastic recommendations, volunteer activities, etc. and it still took me 2 1/2 months after graduation to find a great job. And actually, I had started looking for potential jobs 7 months before I graduated and still didn't have anything good by the time graduation actually came around. I was actually offered a job with a plastic surgeon in midtown Atlanta but it was a 3 year contract with a training fee that was paid to him if I left before 3 years, 65K salary with no health insurance, 401K, or CME money, and 70 hr work weeks. Needless to say, I wrote him a lengthy letter explaining the MANY reasons this offer was bogus. I just got a great offer in IR with wonderful pay and benefits, but it's not in the location I was hoping for. But when a good offer comes your way, as Jason09 mentioned, you have to be willing to travel/uproot. Know what you're worth, be your own best advocate, and be persistent!
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    Hi Everyone, I know there is a post about this further down, but it was in 2008 so I figured it might be time to revise... I am a new grad and have accepted a job in IR. I have a few months before I start working (yay credentialing!) and was wondering if anyone knows of any good books/resources for this speciality. Thanks in advance, for the help!!
  4. Thanks for the info! From what I understand the position consists of inpt consults, first assist, and outpt clinic. The doc also does facial plastics which is a plus. Although I truly love surgery I really wanted to do urgent care for a year or two. Would taking an ent job hurt my chances for employment in urgent care in the future? P.S. changing my profile now :)
  5. Hi, I'm graduating in three weeks and have been given a job interview in ENT. I met the ENT physician while on a job rotation, and was not necessarily looking for jobs in this field. I love surgery, but am iffy on this speciality. Can anyone tell me the job description for PA's in ENT? Do you like working in ENT? Average starting salary for this field? Any information would help. Thanks!
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