Anesthesiology Career and Resource Center

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2016 Anesthesiology Salary and Employment Statistics

The 2016 Anesthesiologist Salary Survey annual report is now available! Results from the annual anesthesiologist salary survey highlight annual average anesthesiologist salaries. Respondent demographics including region of practice, board certification, and time frame for making next job change are also covered in detail in the full salary survey report, which is available for download.

The anesthesiologist salary survey resource center provides more detailed salary information, including historical data from 2007 through our latest 2016 Anesthesiologist Salary Survey.

Click here to view archived anesthesiologist salary surveys from previous years.

Anesthesiology residents face alarmingly high rates of substance abuse

Source: Anesthesiology News

After the death of a resident, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School is combating the shocking truth that anesthesiologists rate higher in substance abuse compared to all other physicians. The combination of high stress levels, long hours, direct access to controlled substances and inadequate training gives way for anesthesiologists to experience symptoms of substance abuse disorder. The program will focus on residents’ knowledge gap by implementing multiple lectures throughout the year, including those hosted by addiction psychiatrists. Along with other resident-driven tactics, Rutgers is determined to helping those who feel the need turn to substance abuse to cope.

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Declining number of surgeons impact anesthesiologists

Source: Anesthesiology News

The anesthesiologist field grew nearly 17 percent more than other fields after its salary increased higher than any other specialty. Although this is promising news for anesthesiologists, the decline in surgeons might have a larger negative effect on anesthesiologists and the number of positions available.

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