We surveyed 109 family practitioners to better understand the work environment and required skills of a typical family practitioner. Here are the results.

How much intelligence is required as a family practitioner?

Low

High

Working as a family practitioner typically requires higher levels of intelligence when compared with the average career. This means that family practitioners are required to actively learn new things related to their discipline and solve complex problems.

Can I learn to become a family practitioner?

Intrinsic Talent

Acquired Talent

A career as a family practitioner typically depends predominantly on qualities you can gain through experience, with a small aspect of skills you are born with.

Is it easy to get a job as a family practitioner?

Easy

Hard

It’s typically difficult to find a job as a family practitioner. If you’re curious about the numbers, check out the job market for family practitioners.