The Ph.D. degree is a handicap in the job market for clinical medical physicists

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The Ph.D. degree is a handicap in the job market for clinical medical physicists
Med. Phys. Volume 27, Issue 12, pp. 2641-2643 (December 2000)
 

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See another note on Medical Physics.

The Ph.D. degree is a handicap in the job market for clinical medical physicists
Med. Phys. Volume 27, Issue 12, pp. 2641-2643 (December 2000)

Hmm. This seems to contradict what I've heard. I'm judging by the title of your other thread that this is indeed the case, though?
 
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Just make sure you read the whole article rather than taking the title as gossipal.
 
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I thoroughly disagree. If you look at job posting for clinical medical physicists, many mention that a PhD is preferred but not necessary to apply. Also, some very reputable residency programs for medical physics only accept applications from people with a PhD.
 

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