Over the past 10 years of practicing medicine, one of the things that's been really disappointing is that I've NEVER gotten a pay raise. Not once! In fact I've gotten pay cuts.
But what's scarier is that when you factor in inflation, which is the general rise in the prices of goods and services, I've actually had a NEGATIVE inflation adjusted income year over year.
Sure I could see more patients per hour to try to make up for it or work more shifts, but at some point it becomes physically impossible to make more money. And by doing that you end up getting burned out.
So I've written an article that addresses this issue of how to fight inflation and I think you'll fing it helpful. Please download the article here:
Let me know what you think. Hope this helps you.