Medicine: Wages for Internes

To get into any one of the 77 reputable medical schools of the U. S. a young man or young woman must have a college education. To get out of any one of those medical schools with the degree of M. D., the student must, in general, spend four years of study. To get a license to practice medicine on his own responsibility, most States require the medical graduate to spend at least one year as an interne in a hospital. If he hopes to become a...

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