Long hours can lead to low job satisfaction, survey finds

08/3/2011 | American Medical News (free content)

Career satisfaction is generally highest in specialties where the hours are not exceedingly long, according to a study of data on 6,381 physicians in 41 specialties published in the Archives of Internal Medicine. Specialists who logged the fewest hours -- and had the highest rates of job satisfaction -- included pediatricians, dermatologists, and child and adolescent psychiatrists. Lead author J. Paul Leigh said such rankings can help medical students plan their careers.

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