will there be mo.re dental hygienist jobs in two years?
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Question by La_morena: will there be mo.re dental hygienist jobs in two years?
Im currently debating on if i should be a rn or a dental hygienist? And i would like to know if there will be more jobs inthe next two years
Answer by jannsody
Both fields require one to be strong in the sciences which include biology, chemistry, “general” anatomy & physiology and microbiology. Please ask yourself this question about a career path, “What would I do for years and years to come and not have to get paid?” That is what Farrah Gray, young male multimillionaire and author of “Reallioniare” suggests asking oneself.
With DH, please look at some dental textbooks such as those found at the local community college library or medical/dental school library as some patients may have severe dental disease which may be tough for some to handle. Please do the same with nursing.
For general career info: http://www.bls.gov/oco and can search.
When looking into schooling, please avoid those private overly priced For-profit schools and instead consider the local community college or public/state university as long as the program is accredited within the industry. (Just fyi that “american public university” is a For-profit school.)
This site is supposed to have accredited programs in DH: http://ada.org/267.aspx and can click “dental assisting, hygiene and lab tech programs” on the right-hand side of the page.
This other site is supposed to have accredited programs in nursing: http://www.nlnac.org/
U.S. colleges: http://www.utexas.edu/world/univ
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