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A Complete Guide to Eyeglass World Subleases

Complete Guide to Eyeglass World Subleases

This is a sponsored post by National Vision, proud supporters of NewGradOptometry and new graduate optometrists 😎 Introduction In the 2018 Corporate Optometry survey conducted by CovalentCareers, 32.7% of optometry students who indicated that they were unlikely to choose corporate optometry as a preferred practice modality stated that the main …

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The Average Workday as a Corporate Optometrist

The Average Workday as a Corporate Optometrist

This is a sponsored post by National Vision, a supporter of NewGradOptometry & new graduate optometrists! 😎 Most new graduates have heard the advice “don’t be a corporate optometrist” from their respective optometry school, because of stories of the patient load, stigma from colleagues, lack of diagnoses/treatment, and many other reasons. …

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Optometry Employee or Independent Contractor

optometry employee or independent contractor

“Should I be filling out a W2 or 1099?” The dividing line between optometry employee or independent contractor can feel easily blurred, but in a conversation with Dr. Matt Geller, CPA Gary Topple and CFP Adam Cmejla go into detail about what employees and employers can do to make the …

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Corporate Optometry and Paying Off Optometry Student Loans

corporate optometry and paying off optometry student loans

This is a sponsored post by Luxottica, a supporter of NewGradOptometry & new graduate optometrists! 😎  As a new graduate, with little to no experience, a very common priority is to start working, generate income, and start paying off optometry student loans. Student loans are a scary thing. With new optometrists …

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Four Myths of Corporate Optometry

4 Myths of Corporate Optometry

This is a sponsored post by National Vision, a supporter of NewGradOptometry & new graduate optometrists! 😎 Many of us have been steered away from corporate optometry since the day we entered optometry school. That’s a shame, because things have changed immensely over the years, and some of the information we’ve …

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