8 Ways to Attract Candidates to Your Rural Positions

Posted by Doximity TF Team

According to the National Institute of Health, about 1 of every 5 U.S. citizens live in rural locations, while only 1 of every 10 American physicians reside in rural areas — meaning that the physician shortage is roughly twice as pronounced in rural America.

If you’ve ever tried recruiting a physician for a rural area, this statistic may not surprise you. It can be extremely difficult to entice a candidate to move away from the comfort of their city or suburban lifestyle and into the countryside. With that in mind, it’s no wonder that as many as 77% of our nation’s rural counties are experiencing shortages of primary care physicians.

We’ve asked our expert team of Client Success Managers here at Doximity Talent Finder for some of their tips around how to excite candidates about rural positions.

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11 Things NOT to do in your Job Posts

Posted by Doximity TF Team

With thousands of job posts out there for doctors to view these days, getting interest in your job can feel like a near impossible task.

It’s obvious that physicians are in high demand, but perhaps what’s less obvious are the nuances and subtleties in every job post that can either attract or detract physicians from that particular opportunity. While often we like to focus on the positives about your job, it’s also important to be aware of these pitfalls, so you can avoid them.

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6 physician salary trends that will boost your recruitment strategy

Posted by Doximity TF Team

Physicians and recruiters got some eye-opening data last week when Doximity launched Career Navigator.

You’re a physician recruiter, so you have a pretty good idea about the kind of money physicians can earn in different cities—and if candidates specialize beyond primary care. You also know that those candidates emerged from medical school with a high debt (the average is about $170,000) and that costs like malpractice insurance have to be added into the mix. So your physician candidates need to earn a good salary to get ahead.

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