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  1. Hey all! SO I know salary isn't the most important thing to think about, and no matter which speciality a person does they'll be well off.. but I do feel that it's important to still have a sense. I've noticed that dermatology is always talked about having incredible earnings with a very chill lifestyle, but from what I've seen on data from the Canadian Institute for Health Information reports (published in October 2020 based on 2018–2019 data), the average salary for a dermatologist in Ontario is $353,128. Now in other provinces this number is over $600k... but for Ontario I figured it must b
  2. Hi there! So I'm not sure if anybody else has been wondering the same thing... but some schools/interviewers were more quiet/reserved and others were waaaay more friendly/responsive! I'm not sure if this is a reflection of how well they're grading you or your performance? Like one of the interviews I thought I did the best on, they were fairly quiet/serious appearing.. I don't know if that's a bad thing? I may also be overthinking but I'd love to hear others' thoughts on this! Thanks
  3. Hey everyone, hope interviews have been going well! I have one question: are we graded on the part at the end of the interview when we're asked "do you have any questions for us?" In a friendly way I asked about if there's anything they would change about the program/any changes upcoming, and now I'm concerned if that's negative to ask or if it'll be viewed negatively? So could those question periods at the end be graded or influence our overall impression on them? I think there might be a chance I'm overthinking, but I just want to hear from others. Sorry for being so neurot
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