He writes: "The nice 9-to-5 lifestyle and never being on call started to fade away, making the stress associated with radiologists lives become more apparent"
Horror of horrors! Next thing you know, someone will demand that radiologists wear pagers. Or actually talk to each patient after a study is performed. Or take less than 6 weeks of vacation per year. Pajamas/slipper ensembles could be banned from darkened viewing rooms. It's like something out of Germinal. You can only push a man so far until rebellion erupts from his heart.
Of course this silly rant is all in the context of radiology inexplicably being one of the most lucrative specialties one could choose. From Medscape:
In 2011, radiologists were the highest-compensated of all specialties surveyed, tied with Orthopedists. Respondents earned a mean income of $315,000 – about 10% less than in Medscape's 2011 survey. Fully one third of radiologists earned $400,000 or more, although this proportion was down from the 2011 survey. Almost one half (48%) earned from $300,000 to about $500,000.