Not the last word: orthopaedic surgery is lucrative (but evidently not lucrative enough).

@article{Bernstein2015NotTL,
  title={Not the last word: orthopaedic surgery is lucrative (but evidently not lucrative enough).},
  author={Joseph Bernstein and Elizabeth W. Dunn and Daniel Scott Horwitz},
  journal={Clinical orthopaedics and related research},
  year={2015},
  volume={473 2},
  pages={418-21}
}
O rthopaedic surgeons, according to a recent Medscape survey [13], earn on average more than physicians in every other field, often by a wide margin. Nevertheless, a majority of orthopaedic surgeons reported dissatisfaction with their income, more than most other specialties. Of course, a survey like this could be tainted by bias: The disgruntled, after all… CONTINUE READING