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How I Would Have Offset My Medical School Loans Differently

By Financial HealthNo Comments
Every year medical students take on humongous exorbitant amounts of debt. They are promised the illusion that once they are done with their training, they will easily earn enough money to pay back their loans and then some. Hopefully that's true, but I have a feeling that that is less and less the case anymore. When I graduated from medical school, I had nearly a quarter of a million dollars to pay back. All of it was from medical school. At that point, I was beginning the phase of internship and residency. That's where new doctors work ludicrous hours and...
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