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    Best and worst states to practice in 2015

    Medscape recently released its annual list of the best and worst places to practice in the United States.

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    States are ranked according to several factors like cost-of-living, malpractice payouts per capita, overall state and local tax burden, and physician compensation. Medscape also asked their readers for their opinions and reviewed responses from the Physicians Foundation’s 2014 survey.

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    But what makes a state great for MDs doesn’t always translate for ODs, of course. So, we asked ODs across the country about what makes their state a great place to practice optometry. Did your state make the list?

    Click here to check out the best places to practice

    Click here to check out the worst places to practice 

    Colleen E. McCarthy
    Colleen McCarthy is a freelance writer based in the Cleveland area and a former editor of Optometry Times. She is a 2010 graduate of the ...


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