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Re: So proud. Daughter started new job as a PA [Re: Dcuda69] #2795274
07/10/20 07:06 PM
07/10/20 07:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Dcuda69
Congrats to your daughter(and you!) My youngest daughter(28) is also a PA. It's not easy! She worked hard through her Bachelors degree(double major,no party girl) then moved herself 900 mi away to finish PA school. She figured out all the financing etc on her own. Her 1st job out of school started her north of 100k. She then took a different job(better hospital,closer to home)that upped her salary another 30k!

Again, congrats to you and yours! It's comforting knowing your kids have goals and can take care of themselves.


Sounds sorta similar to my daughter except my daughter was super lucky to be able to live at home and drive 15 minutes to very well respected but cost effective state college. She was accepted at a school in Florida but it cost like twice as much and then living away from home would have been expensive.

PS Many gaskets on your cars helped with her school smile


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Re: So proud. Daughter started new job as a PA [Re: 71TA] #2795306
07/10/20 08:36 PM
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Congratulations! boogie


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Re: So proud. Daughter started new job as a PA [Re: slantzilla] #2798389
07/18/20 04:00 PM
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Congrats Jim, to you and her. You and the wife have done your job well, time to step back, let her grow and shape her life, and turn your attention to that 71. You've earned it! jt in ky


Yeah, it's hopped up to over 160...
Re: So proud. Daughter started new job as a PA [Re: jt4406] #2799122
07/20/20 07:33 PM
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Congratulations to your daughter - hard work and perseverance pays off...

My wife's an equity MD, and yes she pays her PAs six figures.. In her practice, daytime work hours and weekends off are most important to the younger PAs because they are single and want to balance work with personal lives.
Cheers,
- Art

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Re: So proud. Daughter started new job as a PA [Re: 67SATisfaction] #2805571
08/05/20 08:28 PM
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Daughter treated herself to a decent car (FINALLY off my insurance!). My 28yo son sells Cadillacs and Vettes. Said this was hard to get even here in Detroit. He had to bring it in from PA. She was looking at other foreign cars but she decided on domestic. She said the one she test drove was loaded with all the bells and whistles for a bunch less than the foreign cars. PLUS we're in Detroit and again my son works at a domestic dealer. My son is surprising her. She'll see it tonight after getting home at midnight from the hospital.
Again, so proud. She's been SO frugal. TINY student loans. She can literally pay off her loans with 20 paychecks. Lived at home. Went to a well respected state college 15 min door to door in downtown Detroit instead of spending THREE TIMES as much at an out of state college for the "experience" (SO stupid).

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