Salary is one of the most important considerations for job seekers, and with medical reform, the incomes of hospital medical staff have increased. However, public institutions like the CDC still pay relatively low salaries, which can be a deterrent for graduates looking to work in public health-related institutes. The starting salary of master's graduates from various administrative levels varied, with only 30.91% earning more than 6,000 yuan per month. As a result, many graduates have changed jobs in search of higher salaries, and this has had an impact on job satisfaction and motivation. A large number of international medical graduates on the mainland choose to remain in Australia to carry out their internships.
Over the past six years, 86% have continued their medical education in Australia. However, hospital residency programs often use software programs to filter applications from students with low test scores or from international medical students, which could reduce the percentage of international medical students by up to 50%. To address this issue, international speakers from a wide range of countries and specialties can be invited to offer inspiration and knowledge about international careers. Cromblin is one of 10,000 chronically unparalleled doctors in the United States who graduated from medical school but are constantly rejected from residency programs. The participant characteristics, career choice and location, curriculum evaluation, and international career perception upon graduation and two years after graduating from an International Medical Program (IMP) were studied.
Medical schools are producing more graduates than residency programs can accommodate, leaving thousands of young doctors “chronically unparalleled and deeply in debt”. Some international medical students who have difficulty reaching the same level have sought alternative ways to access the world of medicine. Applicants are not warned of the low compatibility rates among international medical students. In addition, some programs exclude candidates who have graduated from medical school more than three years ago. The reference and follow-up surveys included questions about the curricular evaluation of the international medical program.
Isabel suggested inviting international speakers from a wide range of countries and specialties to offer inspiration and knowledge about international careers. Pinsky, of the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates, said the organization was working with the World Directory of Medical Schools to ensure that international schools described their credentials in a clearer and more honest way. Improving salaries (and benefits) has become an urgent issue that must be resolved when hiring PHPM staff. For international medical school graduates looking for successful employment prospects, it is important to understand the challenges they may face when applying for residency programs. It is also important to be aware of alternative pathways into medicine that may be available. Finally, it is essential to stay informed about salary expectations and benefits packages offered by different employers.