The Medicus Firm has 13 physician jobs in Dermatology with salaries ranging from $300,000 to $550,000
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The current average salary for someone in Dermatology is $286,443, which averages out to around $137 per hour. Your salary will vary based on your skill set, years of experience, and location. The highest-paying locations for Dermatologists are as follows (in ascending order): North Dakota, Vermont, Florida, Maine, and Alaska. The average salaries in these states range from $215,971, in North Dakota, to $226,757, in Alaska. This profession is expected to grow by 7% by the year 2030.
Working in Dermatology has the following benefits: spending less time on administrative work, having a favorable work-life balance with a flexible schedule, working in a fast-paced environment, having a career that consists of many different specialties, seeing the same patients multiple times and building relationships with them, and receiving above-average compensation.
As a Dermatologist, you should have communication skills, attention to detail, organizational skills, problem-solving skills, interpersonal skills, and decision-making skills.
Some job duties that you can expect to perform in this role are as follows: diagnosing and treating disorders related to skin, hair, and nails, treating acne and skin cancer, examining patients, recording medical history, and referring patients to other specialists as necessary.
Typically, Dermatologists work in outpatient individual or group practice clinics. They may also work in hospitals or specialist skin clinics.
Even though the journey to becoming a physician can be long and overwhelming, some physicians choose to pursue CME, or continuing medical education. There are Dermatology-focused organizations as well as directory-like websites that are dedicated to helping physicians find CME resources. You may find CME resources such as podcasts, live or virtual conferences, webinars, videos, and live or virtual courses. Some organizations that offer Dermatology CME resources are as follows: AudioDigest, Mayo Clinic, myCME, the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), CMEList, DermatologyAdvisor, the American Academy of Family Practice (AAFP), and Global Academy for Medical Education.
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