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http://www.thestar.com/opinion/commentary/2014/12/15/be_careful_what_you_wish_for_on_doctors_billings.html I came across this article on the Toronto Star yesterday. Needless to say it scared me, the doctor states "In my case, as a family doctor, my take-home pay is slightly more than that of your typical school teacher . . . but without the perks, the pension and the summers off. Oh, and by the way, no Freedom 55 either." Can anyone pursuing a residency in family medicine or that is currently practicing as a GP give a realistic estimate of what earnings are like prior to overhead and after overhead. My concern is that the medicine is becoming somewhat of a catch 22 in Canada, with specialists not being able to find jobs and family doctors not earning as much to justify all the hard work. Also I realize that family physicians make more in rural areas, so if anyone can shed light on that, as well it would be great. My goal is not to come off as money hungry; however I am planning on pursuing medical school without financial support and I want reassurance that I will not be struggling to be making principal payments upon finishing school/residency.