Joel Greenwald comes from a family of physicians and married one, too. But after a decade of practicing medicine himself, Greenwald decided to hang up his stethoscope. He transitioned to a career that gave him less stress, greater independence and more flexibility to raise his three sons: financial planning.
And although it took a few years to build up his clientele, Greenwald now earns enough that he doesn’t miss his former salary.
“I needed to do something that could earn something comparable to what I was making as a physician,” he says. “I didn’t want to go into a new field and take a big pay cut.”
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