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These Are the Doctors Most Likely to Burn Out

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19. Cardiologist
> Burnout rate: 42%

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18. Immunologist
> Burnout rate: 42%

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17. Surgeon
> Burnout rate: 44%

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16. Rheumatologist
> Burnout rate: 46%

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15. Neurologist
> Burnout rate: 46%

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