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What’s your perfect practice setting?

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Of all the options out there, what’s the best one for you?

To help you decide, complete this short self-assessment.

Rank the following factors from 1 to 10, with 1 being the most important, 10 being the least.

……….. Achievement; career advancement

……….. Building equity

……….. Collaborating with peers

……….. Contributing to society

……….. Control over work schedule

……….. Independence; autonomy

……….. Job security

……….. Money

……….. Professional recognition

……….. Work/life balance
For a table that can help you consider several practice options and where they might fall in these areas, please click here.

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