The consistent importance of geography (as ranked by applicants on a scale from 1 [not important] to 5 [extremely important]) and the growing number of median submitted applications by matched dermatology applicants over time.

Published: 5 February 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/g5fx7hky4r.1
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Jatin Narang

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The consistent importance of geography (as ranked by applicants on a scale from 1 [not important] to 5 [extremely important]) and the growing number of median submitted applications by matched dermatology applicants over time. (Based on data from the National Residency Matching Program Applicant Surveys: 2008-2019)

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We utilized the National Residency Match Program Applicant Surveys from 2007-2019. Importance of geography data can be found in Table DM-1 (page 31 of 2019 survey), while median number of submitted applications can be found in figure DM-4 on (Page 36 of 2019 survey). If utilizing data, please appropriately cite the NRMP as: National Resident Matching Program, Data Release and Research Committee: Results of the (insert year of survey) NRMP Applicant Survey by Preferred Specialty and Applicant Type. National Resident Matching Program, Washington, DC. (insert year of the survey).