SPOTLIGHT: Young doctors going for 'appearance' specialties

So, if you had to guess, what do you think are the most competitive specialties training slots vied for by young medical residents? Cardiology? Neurology? Brain surgery? No, actually, they're dermatology and plastic surgery, according to an analysis by The New York Times. These specialties not only offer better pay, more autonomy and less-extreme hours, but also the chance to improve patients' lives, students say. Article

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