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Surgeon, General to Specific

Bell Curve

1
5%

Apparently, it is a much different story operating on real human beings. We're not sure what you were thinking, but that guy had two arms when he came in here. This doesn't bode well for you.

2
25%

You are a first-year surgeon at an outpatient care center. You haven't screwed up yet, but there's still time....

3
50%

You are a general surgeon at a small hospital in Ohio. All your friends from medical school laugh at you because you only make $200k a year.

4
75%


You are a neurosurgeon at one of the largest hospitals in Dallas. Work is plentiful, because most of the people who choose to live in Texas have serious brain problems.

5
95%

You are the top neurosurgeon at the largest hospital in the U.S. You recently appeared on Good Morning America to discuss your new book: Embolization Across the Nation.

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