As Senior Physicians Are Retiring, Forecasting States are In Need of Doctors

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Forecasting States In Need of Doctors as Senior Physicians are on Their Way Out

Saint Louis, Mo (July 31,2018)– Baby Boomers in America are now starting to enter in the years of retirement and leaving their jobs behind. These Baby Boomers are drastically changing the employment landscape as they lean towards retirement. AS more and more physicians start to retire, the burden of physician shortages will begin to increase. There are some critical states that will start to need more doctors shortly. For recruiters, it is critical to know where these shortages are taking place and how to hire more young [physicians](https://www.practicematch.com/physician/jobs/internal-medicine). To help find where the demand for physicians is, it is important to know the best states for doctors to find jobs where the senior physicians may soon be on there way to retirement. For more information about physician openings in any of these following states, check out [PracticeMatch website](https://www.practicematch.com/).

There are several states that have the most senior physicians that are still actively practicing which includes

New Mexico – This is an attractive state for many senior physicians because it is known for a retirement state. New Mexico has the highest percentage of actively practicing senior physicians with 37% of the physicians over the age of 60 years. This includes over 1800 members of the physician workforce.

Hawaii – This is paradise for many people practicing. Most of the physicians wont travel that far to retire. There are over 4,000 actively physicians in Hawaii.

New Jersey – New Jersey is not as warm as Hawaii but the physician population accounts for 35% of the physician workforce totaling over 9,000. This state will be in need of doctors in the upcoming years

Montana – Montana attracts many physicians that are looking for a higher level of practice autonomy and outdoor beauty. Their physician pool is small with a little over 800 but 35% of this group is over the age of 60.

Maine and Vermont – These two states are tied when comparing high levels of practicing senior physicians. Both states are reporting around 34% of their practicing physicians are over the age of 60.

California – There are a little over 105,000 practicing physicians that are living in California. Around one-third of these physicians are over the age of 60. California will soon need doctors as these 35,000 are near retirement.

New York – New York also has around one-third of their practicing physicians that are over the age of 60. The 24,000 senior physicians will soon join the retirement trend adding more physician shortages.

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