Upon their graduation young doctors start a working life that is very interesting, challenging and rewarding; they can finally bring into practice what they have been studying for many years. This is also a time in the lives of young doctors when they are faced with several important questions: how to find a job? How to deal with their new-found responsibilities? How to advance further in their careers? Which specialty to choose? This is paralleled with a period of considerable change in their private lives, such as balancing between family and career. It is reasonable to say that each person finds their own answers to these many issues, but one can always benefit from the insight gained from discussing with peers from around the world.