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Benefits of a Corporate Optometry Sublease vs. Private Practice

By Maria Sampalis, OD

It’s an undisputed fact that the future is indeed very bright for anyone choosing to pursue a career in corporate optometry.

But whether you are a fresh optometry graduate who is about to enter the corporate optometry world, or someone who has been practicing for quite some time but still cannot decide, the major issue for perhaps all optometrists is the tug of war they face between choosing to work in corporate optometry or pursue private practice instead.

Though the overall role of an optometrist is to care for a patient’s vision and health, the practice methods can vary from serving in a hospital or retail optical setting to working for the military or even privately. Of course, the end decision depends on your personal preferences, but before you make the final call, read this two-minute article to find out what the best practice option for you might be.

The thought of working in a private practice indeed seems great. You get to be your own boss and run it how you want but with any setting there will be pros and cons.

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