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  #91 Old 18-09-2009 Default Re: Doctor's Salary ~ local and overseas

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  #92 Old 18-09-2009 Default Re: Doctor's Salary ~ local and overseas

hi, i just wonder what's the newest pay for fresh housemen and MO. i heard that it has been reviewed recently. But a friend of mine who promoted to MO recently claimed that his salary is just around rm3000+. Just wanna know how true is that...
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  #93 Old 18-09-2009 Default Re: Doctor's Salary ~ local and overseas

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hi, i just wonder what's the newest pay for fresh housemen and MO. i heard that it has been reviewed recently. But a friend of mine who promoted to MO recently claimed that his salary is just around rm3000+. Just wanna know how true is that...

substantially more if you would include allowances and stuff like that.

Its not bad really..In the Uk u get about 2000 pounds..and cost of living is so much higher....i wonder when my parents can recover the rm1.3-1.4 million they are going to spend on me.

[quote=AdreanaBhatt;285044]I've decided to go to india. Wanna keep the cost for my 1st degree down because I'm planning to specialize in the uk and it's on average 50,000 pounds(I can't find the pound sterling symbol, darn) per year for 3 years. She's at king's? Wow, congrats to her. =) A friend of mine applied for med there. Yeah, I did some research on the oral maxillofacial surgery and it's so interesting. I can't wait to start my degree. Friends tell me it's tough dentistry(personally... good things don't come easy right? i.e doctors) Some doctor relatives were pretty disappointed I changed my mind because they think that it's boring being confined to just the mouth but oral maxfax is pretty wide(hence the allure).

For those who want to read about the hardships of studying and practicing med, I suggest this website- www.mommd.com
although it's centered towards women, but I'm sure the opposite sex would make good use of it too. =D




haha yeah... she kept on harping on the issue- Doctors no life. But I've met her husband too... scary man. I have never seen him smile but I see what his wife means, poor guy. He works so hard and when the patient dies, the family members put all the blame on him for not doing enough.

women who are married to doctors seem to complain abt their husband's life..but hey they do enjoy the money..the maid service..the hair salons,the yoga,basically the good life right..so i find them to be hypocrites...i've seen many women who are married to rich doctors..complain so much..but when their husbands leave them for nurses or other women..they basically hidup merempat...

women in mediicne..now thats tough..ideally i wouldnt marry a female doctor.but..FOrtunately(ermm make that UN-)..i do think im madly in love with a female med student..absolutely crazily, truly, madly,deeply..so then..i take back my words..because im pretty sure i'd die without this person..omg i sound sooo dramatic.
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  #94 Old 18-09-2009 Default Re: Doctor's Salary ~ local and overseas

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women in mediicne..now thats tough..ideally i wouldnt marry a female doctor.but..FOrtunately(ermm make that UN-)..i do think im madly in love with a female med student..absolutely crazily, truly, madly,deeply..so then..i take back my words..because im pretty sure i'd die without this person..omg i sound sooo dramatic.
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aww... that's sweet. women married to doctors live the good life(when they arent doctors themselves) just minus the husbands. my boyfriend is a doctor-to-be too =P so I guess I'd know how it feels in time to come. Does anyone know the starting salary for dentists?
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aww... that's sweet. women married to doctors live the good life(when they arent doctors themselves) just minus the husbands. my boyfriend is a doctor-to-be too =P so I guess I'd know how it feels in time to come. Does anyone know the starting salary for dentists?

same as dr's la in gov service
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  #96 Old 19-09-2009 Default Re: Doctor's Salary ~ local and overseas

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same as dr's la in gov service
Not exactly the same, slightly less...
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  #97 Old 19-09-2009 Default Re: Doctor's Salary ~ local and overseas

wanna bet?

same.
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  #98 Old 19-09-2009 Default Re: Doctor's Salary ~ local and overseas

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wanna bet?

same.
Perhaps my information is outdated, because few years back during hospital attachment, the nurses and doctors kept telling even though dentists and pharmacists have slightly lower salaries, their workload are much lesser.
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Perhaps my information is outdated, because few years back during hospital attachment, the nurses and doctors kept telling even though dentists and pharmacists have slightly lower salaries, their workload are much lesser.
I do think pharmacist get paid slighly less and i do think its resonable because they only got 2 school for 3.5-4 years whereas most doctors and dentist train 5-6 years before graduating.
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  #100 Old 26-09-2009 Default Re: Doctor's Salary ~ local and overseas

well dentist and doctor salary are same in government hospital pharmacy only $150 lesser.work much lesser
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