Q&A: would you do dental hygienist or what do you suggest?
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Question by melody: would you do dental hygienist or what do you suggest?
I am a 40 years old female which has done dental school out of US,and I am resident of florida…I just applied for dental hygienist program however, I hear that it is more likely that I won’t find a job and if any it would be without benefits.Considering that I am married with two kids I don’t want to do something that I cant find a job.I am also diabetic so I am afraid of going for nursing because I know that is stressful and needs a healthy body.Please give me your thoughts or suggestions.Thanks.
Answer by David
There are dental hygiene jobs out there. Maybe the economy is a little tight right now but just a few years ago, dentists were fighting over hiring hygienists. When times get better, you’ll find a lot of opportunities. If you decide to work full time at a particular dental office, you will probably get benefits. Many dental hygienists work part time so that they can be at home with the kids in the afternoon. Others decide that they like to work a few dental offices rather than just one. They can’t expect benefits if they are only part-time at these practices. I have 4 dental hygienists who chose to work part time for various reasons, so I don’t pay benefits. However, I pay them over $ 50/hour (in San Francisco), so if that’s a good salary, you might want to consider hygiene as a career.
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