An oversupply of trainees means that early career oncologists feel forced to do PhDs in the “dogfight” for the few jobs available, a new survey shows. The hyper-competitive job market in medical oncology means that trainees feel increasingly anxious and pessimistic about their uncertain career prospects and resentful at having to do a higher degree ...
‘Dogfight’ for jobs: do trainees now need a PhD to get a hospital position?
By Michael Woodhead
8 Feb 2018