Financial Preparedness

How do physicians fit in with their peers when it comes to work and lifestyle?

May 06, 2014

New AMAI report uncovers age and gender differences in diverse areas

AMA Insurance launched the national Work/Life Profiles survey in late 2013 to learn more about today's physicians. And we did – from the 4,950 physicians who willingly shared information on nearly all aspects of their lives. Compiling their responses, we were able to build a current, realistic picture of physicians that revealed distinct differences by age as well as gender. We saw clearly that there is no 'one' profile of the American physician's work and lifestyle, but many.

The final report – 2014 Work/Life Profiles of Today’s U.S. Physician© – offers a multifaceted look at physicians at work and during leisure time, at every stage of their career – from under age 40, ages 40-59 and ages 60-69. It highlights home and family life, activities and hobbies, work life, technology use, personal finances and financial concerns, and future personal and practice plans. Physicians under age 40 will find a number of insights in these areas in stark contrast to their counterparts over age 60, as will other age groups.

For the specific insights and peer group results, we encourage physicians of all ages to check the complete report. We also invite you to forward this blog and report link to associates if you find the information relevant and interesting. As always, we welcome your comments and questions.

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