Finding the Right Fit

  • William W. Feaster

As a somewhat overused expression says, let’s “cut to the chase.” You want the perfect job. You want to make a lot of money. You want to live in a great place, with a good climate, near family and friends. You want an interesting mix of patients that challenge you professionally, but you don’t want to work any harder than necessary so that you have time to spend with your family. You want to be able to retire early and explore other interests. Is such a job possible? The answer is a definite yes. Will you have to work to find it? The answer is also probably yes. Will you make the right decision the first time? The answer is a possible no. Fortunately, you’re not stuck with your initial decision for the rest of your career. But, making the right decision for the right reasons is a good first step. This chapter will help you take that step.

Choosing the Right Location

Location is the primary driver for job decisions. Your choice of locations may be somewhat limited by your specialty,...


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Authors and Affiliations

  • William W. Feaster
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  1. 1.Department of AnesthesiaStanford University Medical CenterStanfordUSA

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