Is it hard to find a job as a dental hygienist? Are they all part time jobs or can you get a full time job?
Also, can you go back to school to get your bachelors degree in dental hygiene?
Asked By: 128333 - 4/9/2008
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My Ex. is a hygienist. Once she obtained her state license (and an x-ray license) she had no problems in being placed in part time locations or in full time work.
Answered By: ca_surveyor - 4/9/2008
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I dont know.
Answered By: answerman - 4/9/2008
yes, you can go back to school.. im not sure about the part time/ full time though
Answered By: edz - 4/16/2008
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