This book is a guide for physicians leaving their residency and fellowship training programs. They are ill-prepared for the job choices awaiting them, and the few guides that exist focus on starting their own practice. Yet, in today's medical environment, most will choose to be employed by or join an existing institution. Many make a poor choice and 67 percent will leave that job within two years. This book is a must read for those doctors beginning their careers, as well as many now contemplating job changes. It provides a wealth of practical information about what to consider when selecting that new position.