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  • If you think doctors are hard working, intelligent, and caring, you're not wrong, but that's only

    如果你認為醫生是努力工作、聰明和有愛心的,你沒有錯,但這只是

  • a small part of it. Here's what they don't tell you about doctors, and the unintended

    它的一小部分。以下是他們沒有告訴你的關於醫生的情況,以及意外的情況。

  • consequences. Dr. Jubbal, MedSchoolInsiders.com.

    後果。Jubbal博士,MedSchoolInsiders.com。

  • Those who enter medicine to become doctors are usually more risk-averse than the average

    那些進入醫學界成為醫生的人通常比一般人更善於規避風險。

  • person. After all, medicine is a safe profession, whereby if you work hard and stick to the

    人。畢竟,醫學是一個安全的職業,如果你努力工作並堅持執行

  • path, you'll achieve the common definition of success.

    路,你將實現成功的共同定義。

  • Why is medicine safe? It's a profession where the risk/benefit analysis is relatively favorable.

    為什麼醫學是安全的?這是一個風險/效益分析相對有利的職業。

  • It's always in demand, no matter what is happening with the economy or world events. People will

    無論經濟或世界事件發生什麼,它總是有需求的。人們會

  • always continue to get sick and require healthcare. There's prestige and respect that is a result

    總會繼續生病,需要保健。有聲望和尊重,是一種結果

  • of the rigor and competitiveness of training in medicine. You're also guaranteed to make

    醫學培訓的嚴格性和競爭性。你還能保證做出

  • low to mid six figures, at least in the United States, by simply following the formula and

    至少在美國,通過簡單地遵循公式和方法,可以獲得低至六位數的收入。

  • sticking to the path. There's little uncertainty and risk in medicine - the most obvious of

    堅持走下去。醫學中的不確定性和風險很少--最明顯的是

  • which being unable to get into medical school. After medical school, there is a risk of going

    其中無法進入醫學院。醫學院畢業後,有可能會去

  • unmatched or not being able to get into your desired specialty, although that is highly

    不匹配或無法進入你所期望的專業,儘管這是很重要的。

  • dependent on which specialty you choose. For these reasons, those that go into medicine

    取決於你選擇哪個專業。由於這些原因,那些從醫的人

  • are often the ones who don't feel the need to rock the boat or challenge the status quo.

    往往是那些不覺得需要動搖或挑戰現狀的人。

  • They were hard working students with good grades who are ok with playing by the rules

    他們是勤奮的學生,成績好,可以按規矩辦事。

  • and working within the system. On the other hand, the more rebellious students or the

    並在系統內工作。另一方面,比較叛逆的學生或

  • ones who challenge the system were less likely to get straight A's or jump through the hoops

    那些挑戰系統的人不太可能獲得全A或跳過障礙。

  • necessary to become a physician. There are of course plenty of exceptions,

    成為一名醫生的必要條件。當然也有很多例外情況。

  • and risk aversion in one's professional life doesn't preclude them from being risk takers

    和職業生活中的風險厭惡並不妨礙他們成為風險承擔者

  • in other areas. I like speed and frequent the race track, and I know plenty of physicians,

    在其他領域。我喜歡速度,經常去賽馬場,而且我認識很多醫生。

  • often emergency medicine docs, who love climbing or other riskier sports. But the trend, on

    往往是急診科醫生,他們喜歡登山或其他風險較大的運動。但這一趨勢,在

  • average, is that doctors are risk averse when it comes to their professional lives. And

    平均而言,醫生在其職業生活方面是厭惡風險的。而且

  • still there are exceptions, since I clearly took a massive risk in betting on myself and

    但也有例外,因為我顯然冒了很大的風險,把賭注押在自己身上和

  • my businesses and walking away from a lucrative and safe career as a plastic surgeon.

    我的企業和離開有利可圖和安全的整形外科醫生的職業。

  • Doctors are also notoriously bad with money. Sure, once you're an attending you'll be a

    醫生也是出了名的不會用錢。當然,一旦你成為主治醫生,你將是一個

  • high income earner, somewhere around $240,000 per year if you work in primary care or somewhere

    高收入者,如果你在初級保健或某個地方工作,每年大約有24萬美元的收入

  • around $340,000 if you're a specialist. But overall physicians are bad with money and

    如果你是一個專家,大約34萬美元。但總的來說,醫生不善於用錢,而且

  • are frequently targeted by bad actors that want to take advantage of their high income.

    他們經常被想要利用其高收入的不良分子盯上。

  • I find there are three main reasons physicians are bad with money.

    我發現有三個主要原因,醫生不善於用錢。

  • First, the subject of money is relatively intimidating, as most have six figures of

    首先,金錢的話題相對令人生畏,因為大多數人都有六位數的收入。

  • student loan debt. It's easier to stick one's head in the sand and think you'll worry about

    學生貸款債務。把自己的頭塞進沙子裡,認為自己會擔心的事情更容易。

  • it later. After all, you'll be making good money so it'll just take care of itself, right?

    它以後。畢竟,你會賺大錢,所以它會自己照顧自己,對嗎?

  • Second, medical school and residency is incredibly time consuming and taxing. Between studying,

    第二,醫學院和住院醫師的工作是非常耗時和費力的。在學習之間。

  • research, impressing your seniors, working on applications, and trying to be healthy,

    研究,給你的學長們留下好印象,努力申請,並努力保持健康。

  • there's little time to learn about new things. And third, most college graduates begin earning

    沒有什麼時間去了解新事物。第三,大多數大學畢業生開始賺取

  • around the age of 22, but physicians don't have any income until residency, which usually

    22歲左右,但醫生在住院醫師之前沒有任何收入,這通常是指

  • happens no sooner than 26. Their real income only hits as an attending, usually around

    不早於26歲。他們的實際收入只有在參加工作時才會出現,通常在

  • the age of 30 or later. It's reasonable to educate oneself about money and investing

    30歲或以後。對自己進行金錢和投資方面的教育是合理的

  • only once you have an income, not necessarily before. This means doctors are late to the

    只有在你有了收入之後,不一定在之前。這意味著醫生們遲到了

  • game of financial education. You'll be hard pressed to find anyone who

    金融教育的遊戲。你很難找到這樣的人

  • regrets learning about finances too soon. If you're in college or medical school, now

    遺憾的是過早地學習財務知識。如果你是大學或醫學院的學生,現在

  • is a great time to educate yourself, and I'll be creating more financial videos on my Kevin

    這是一個教育自己的好時機,我將在我的凱文網站上創建更多的金融視頻。

  • Jubbal, M.D. channel. By pushing off your financial education, you're

    Jubbal, M.D. 頻道。通過推掉你的財務教育,你是

  • prone to become one of the many doctors living paycheck to paycheck despite having a six

    容易成為許多醫生中的一員,儘管他們有6個月的工資,但還是靠工資過日子。

  • figure salary. This is a common fate, as physicians are exhausted after working their tail off

    數字工資。這是一種常見的命運,因為醫生們在工作之後已經筋疲力盡。

  • for 11 to 16 years before enjoying their attending salary. By that point, they want to treat

    11至16年後才能享受到他們的主治醫師工資。到那時,他們想把

  • themselves, and they deserve it, but not taking saving or investing seriously will bite you

    他們應得的,但不認真對待儲蓄或投資會咬你一口。

  • hard. Doctors get a bad rap when it comes to relationships.

    很難。當涉及到人際關係時,醫生們被說得很糟糕。

  • The belief is that because physicians are busy, they make for absent partners and must

    人們認為,由於醫生很忙,他們是缺席的合作伙伴,必須

  • have high rates of divorce. According to the 2021 Medscape Physician Lifestyle

    有很高的離婚率。根據2021年Medscape醫生的生活方式

  • Report, 75-90% of physicians are in committed relationships. Out of those who are married,

    報告顯示,75-90%的醫生都有固定的關係。在那些已經結婚的人中。

  • 87% report their marriage as good or very good. Surprisingly, doctors have lower rates

    87%的人報告他們的婚姻是好的或非常好。令人驚訝的是,醫生的比率較低

  • of divorce compared to nurses, healthcare executives, or lawyers. And in terms of dating

    與護士、醫療保健主管或律師相比,他們的離婚率較高。而在約會方面

  • within the field, 44% of physician's partners are also in medicine. More specifically, 18%

    在這個領域內,44%的醫生的合作伙伴也在醫學領域。更具體地說,18%的

  • of partners are also physicians, and 25% are another type of healthcare professional. This

    的合作伙伴也是醫生,25%是另一種類型的醫療保健專業人士。這

  • shouldn't surprise you. As humans, we tend to have partners based on proximity, meaning

    你不應該感到驚訝。作為人類,我們傾向於根據距離的遠近來選擇夥伴,這意味著

  • who we spend the most time around. Since medical students and doctors spend so much time in

    我們花最多時間在誰身邊。由於醫學生和醫生花了這麼多時間在

  • the medical setting, it's only natural that many will find their future life partners

    在醫療環境中,許多人自然會找到他們未來的生活伴侶。

  • in the hospital or clinic. Amongst physicians, there's also a wide range

    在醫院或診所裡。在醫生中,也有各種各樣的

  • in lifestyle. The average neurosurgeon will have less time to devote to their relationship

    在生活方式上。普通的神經外科醫生將有更少的時間投入到他們的關係中去

  • than the average dermatologist. I found it interesting that psychiatrists have one of

    比起一般的皮膚科醫生。我發現一個有趣的現象,精神病醫生有一個

  • the lowest rates of happy marriages, which I presume is in part due to their partner

    幸福婚姻的比率最低,我推測這部分是由於他們的伴侶

  • feeling like they're being psychoanalyzed. I'm curious what you guys think about this

    感覺他們正在接受心理分析。我很好奇你們對這個問題有什麼看法

  • - leave a comment below. And if you want to explore the realities of

    - 請在下面留言。而如果你想探索現實中的

  • dating and online dating in medical school and residency, I have a dating playlist on

    在醫學院和住院醫師中,我有一個約會的播放列表。

  • my personal channel. Link in the description. Depending on the survey, up to 50% of physicians

    我的個人頻道。描述中的鏈接。根據調查,有高達50%的醫生

  • regret pursuing medicine or wouldn't recommend their kids become doctors. But on the other

    對追求醫學感到遺憾,或者不建議他們的孩子成為醫生。但在另一方面

  • hand, many people who didn't pursue medicine in their 20's feel regret and wonder "what

    另一方面,許多在20多歲時沒有追求醫學的人感到遺憾,並想知道 "什麼?

  • if", and some number pursue medical school as non-traditional students later on in life.

    如果",還有一些人在以後的生活中作為非傳統學生追求醫學院。

  • This is the phenomenon of the grass is always greener on the other side, and it's a reflection

    這就是草色遙看近卻無的現象,也是一種反映

  • of human psychology more than a reflection on the field of medicine. As much as I emphasize

    醫學領域的反思,而不是人類心理學的反思。正如我所強調的那樣

  • that you should only go into medicine if you are truly passionate about it and are going

    只有當你對醫學有真正的熱情時,你才應該去從事醫學工作,並要

  • into it for the right reasons, a large component of your ultimate outlook also comes down to

    為了正確的原因,你的最終前景的很大一部分也歸結於

  • your perspective and average level of optimism or pessimism.

    你的觀點和樂觀或悲觀的平均水平。

  • You'll see doctors who are unhappy for very valid reasons, including the heavy burdens,

    你會看到那些因為非常合理的原因而不開心的醫生,包括沉重的負擔。

  • increased charting, and various bureaucratic inefficiencies that eat into their ability

    增加製圖,以及各種官僚主義的低效率,這些都削弱了他們的能力。

  • to take care of patients. You'll see other doctors who, despite the downsides of the

    來照顧病人。你會看到其他醫生,儘管有一些缺點

  • profession, are focused on the unique gifts of the field and continue to find their work

    專業,專注於該領域的獨特天賦,並繼續發現他們的工作

  • deeply rewarding and satisfying. I've come across several people who were making

    深入的回報和滿足。我遇到過幾個人,他們在做

  • comfortable livings in another profession, but they were unable to find greater meaning

    他們在另一個行業中過著舒適的生活,但他們無法找到更大的意義。

  • and purpose to their work. When you're strapped for cash, making more money is the main thing

    以及他們工作的目的。當你手頭拮据時,賺更多錢是最主要的事情。

  • weighing on your mind. But making money only solves your money problems. Once this is addressed,

    壓在你的心頭。但賺錢只能解決你的金錢問題。一旦這個問題得到解決。

  • we go up Maslow's hierarchy. As humans, we need to find a greater purpose and meaning

    我們沿著馬斯洛的層次結構向上走。作為人類,我們需要找到一個更大的目的和意義

  • to our lives other than hedonism, else we face angst and negative emotions. Medicine

    在我們的生活中,除了享樂主義之外,我們還需要其他的東西,否則就會面臨焦慮和消極的情緒。醫學

  • is special in that it provides a unique opportunity to intimately connect with other humans on

    它的特殊之處在於,它提供了一個獨特的機會,讓我們能夠與其他人類親密地聯繫在一起。

  • a person level and help them in their greatest moments of need. That's something special

    在一個人的層面上,在他們最需要的時候幫助他們。這是很特別的事情

  • and truly rewarding. No profession can give you everything. You

    和真正的回報。沒有任何職業能給你帶來一切。你

  • get to pick 2: easy, meaning, and money. Medicine is certainly not easy, but it provides a significant

    得到選擇2:容易,意義,和金錢。醫學當然不容易,但它提供了一個重要的

  • source of meaning and a high income. There are other avenues in healthcare that provide

    意義的來源和高收入。在醫療保健領域還有其他途徑可以提供

  • meaning and are much easier than the physician training path, but your income will be lower.

    意義,而且比醫生培訓之路容易得多,但你的收入會更低。

  • What are some other things that people don't know about doctors? Let us know with a comment

    還有哪些是人們不知道的關於醫生的事情?請用評論告訴我們

  • below. If you enjoyed this video, you'll like my playlist about dating in medical school,

    下面。如果你喜歡這段視頻,你會喜歡我關於在醫學院約會的播放列表。

  • or whether or not it's possible to enjoy medical school. Much love, and I'll see you guys there.

    或是否有可能享受醫學院的學習。非常感謝,我們會在那裡見到你們。

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他們不告訴你的關於醫生的情況 (What They DON'T Tell You About DOCTORS)

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