There are a number of reasons you may find yourself considering locum tenens jobs. Perhaps you’re a new physician who’s looking to gain experience in a wide range of practice environments while paying off student debt. Or, maybe you already have a practice, and you want to earn more money. Alternatively, you might be a retiree who is simply looking to do a bit of work here and there. In all of these situations, locum work would be ideal for you. Read more
Guest Q&A with AJ Rachele
Owner, Medical Placement and Search International
Q: When should a residency student start their job search?
A: In general, it’s best to start early in your final year of training, whether that would be your final year of Residency or Fellowship. Most practices don’t start their recruiting process more than a year in advance of their need, though one exception would be if the institution where you are training has a position projected for a later start date (e.g. due to retirement or expansion). Read more