Does your job leave you feeling "stretched thin," "constantly juggling," or "in desperate need of balance?" You're not alone. Those are just a few ways to describe the mood of surgical administrators as the economic effects of the recent recession wear on. Facility leaders are reporting stagnant salaries and ever-increasing demands. They say they're starting to feel their jobs are all work and no pay.
Time for a Raise?
Our 2012 salary survey shows surgical facility leaders are long overdue for a pay hike.
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