Not statistically reliably compatible, possibly better in both capitals. Otherwise, newspapers like "work for you" in different regions would not be filled with advertisements that doctors in different directions are required. In private medicine, they pay more, but not by an order of magnitude.
As a person who grew up in a family of doctors, I will answer that yes, and in Russia too. You may need to move to a large city (Moscow, St. Petersburg) if you are not there yet. You will definitely need to work a lot, as an option, on several jobs. At the same time, they still study in parallel and grow professionally in every possible way. Most likely, you won't be able to make a lot at once, and it will take you years for your profession to start monetizing well. In general, if your goal is to make good money, then medicine is not the best choice. But if medicine is yours, and at the same time doubts about your future financial well-being gnaw at you, then these doubts need to be discarded, stock up on healthy ambitions and get ready to plow hard. Yes, and one more thing: it depends, of course, on the specialization, but in general, communication skills are very important in medicine, because many areas of medicine are to a large extent about communicating with people, and not just directly about treatment.