+No+local+token Pediatrics as a Profession The AAP provides resources to assist those interested in learning about the profession of pediatrics to locating a position as a pediatrician. Pediatrics 101 Find resources about the profession as well as tips on launching a career in pediatrics. Pediatrics 101 Book Pediatric Workforce Launching Your Career in Pediatrics Finding a Job The AAP offers resources to assist with identifying, interviewing, and finding a position in the field. PedJobs Web site Med-Peds Job Search Guide Curriculum Vitae Builder and Sample Interview Preparation Career Support Resources are available to assist with changes in career paths to assistance managing a work-life balance. The Pediatric Workforce: What to Expect Tips on Relocating The Physician Reentry into the Workforce Starting Your Own Practice Resources for Part-time Pediatricians Negotiating Change: Making the Switch from Practice to Administration Hospital Medicine as a Career Retiring or Closing a Practice Locum Tenens: An Alternative Mode of Practice American Board of Pediatrics 2014-2015 Workforce Data Pediatric Workforce Policy Statement Committee on Pediatric Workforce The Physician Re-entry into the Workforce Project AMA Physician re-entry How to successfully open a private practice (Medical Practice Insider) The New Breed of Physician Practice Administrator (Health Leaders Media) Shaping the Future of Healthcare: How Physicians Make a Difference by Leading Hospital Initiatives (Beckers Hospital Review) Locum Tenens (ACP online) Things to Consider When Moving Your Medical/Dental Practice (HealthCare Law) Advertising Disclaimer Related Information PedJobs PedJobs is the official American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) resource for pediatric careers. Physician Health and Wellness While most physicians are masterful at multitasking and managing large-volume lives, a fresh look at how we prioritize and approach our tasks can be useful. Young Peds Network The AAP is a great place for young medical students, residents and fellowship trainees, and young physicians.