Doctor vacancies rise on Jobs4Medical site

Doctors are now the most in demand medical profession, according to online recruitment service Jobs4Medical.co.uk.

Doctors now account for nearly 50% of the Jobs4Medical database.

Doctors are now the most in demand medical profession, according to online recruitment service Jobs4Medical.co.uk.

Doctors now account for nearly 50% of the Jobs4Medical database.

Vicky Scott, operations manager at Jobs4Medical, says: “Junior doctors’ hours have dropped dramatically over the past 15 years or so. Doctors who previously worked 100-plus hour weeks, have had to cut their hours down to just 48. This change in legislation is one of the reasons doctor vacancies on our site are at an all time high – with over 4,000 more positions available than nurses.”

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