Are you considering just going into primary care? I recommend it (the field) highly, but just not that phraseology.
It typically comes up in a seemingly well-meaning way, such as, "well, I have lots of interests... I love caring for children... not sure which fellowship I might do if any... maybe I'll just go into outpatient pediatrics."
Or, "I might just do primary care for a while until I figure out what else to do."
Or, perhaps it isn't solely a primary care thing, it might also be a pre-fellowship thing, as in, "I might just be a hospitalist and then decide whether or not to apply for a fellowship."
Admittedly, it's just one small word. But given how critical these workforce matters are, and given the tremendously beneficial impact you can have on the lives of patients and their families by choosing these career paths and giving it your all, try to reserve the word "just" for times when you are using it to mean... social justice!
Just a tip.
For more on the joys of primary care pediatrics, see this link