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Old 02-12-2022, 11:35 AM
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Originally Posted by phantomdoc View Post
Im not the OP but that is super narrow minded thinking.
You either just graduated, or you graduated so long ago with super backward thinking (ie boomer)
Why narrow? Just stating a fact. People go into medicine to become doctors.
Doctors treat people. They are generally not considered administrative workers (although we can argue if the amount of admin work we are given these days changes that but it is a different story)
Would you advise a med school candidate going for interview to say that they want to study med and then do admin after grad?
It is generally not something we want most of the cohort to do.
Having MBBS does open doors for some specific non-clinical opportunities but the bulk of the work in clinical. Clinical work also tends to pay the best (unless you are a GP or Fam Med).
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