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Whats It like? Is the schooling hard? Hows the pay? What are the pros and cons of it? Is it fun?
2 answers - Asked By: - 2/23/2011
I NEED THIS FOR MY JOB PLEASE HELP
2 answers - Asked By: - 1/3/2013
I was thinking of becoming a dental hygienist, but I heard that it was hard to find a job as one. Is it true?
2 answers - Asked By: ï eÅtz Ü ùP! - 6/23/2010
Can someone give me more information on the Dental Hygienist carer? Preferably, if you answer this, if you could know someone that is one. My questions are: How much is the pay? How many hours? Wh...
2 answers - Asked By: eman - 3/17/2011
Im in 10th grade and Im interested in becoming a dental hygienist. It seems like a pretty easy job with a good pay and good hours. Is it a hard job? What is the minimal amount of college I would nee...
1 answers - Asked By: Taylor C - 1/19/2008
I'm considering going to school for DH or RN, my question is, Is it hard to find a job to work full time as a DH?
2 answers - Asked By: Brian P - 8/6/2006
I have a Bacehlor Degree in child development. I am a stay at home mom and want to enter the workforce when my babies are in school. I want to work a part time flexible job and thought dental hygieni...
5 answers - Asked By: okiemom09 - 10/6/2009
I am considering going into being a dental hygienist and I am wondering about the college courses I will have to take, the pay, the working environment, and whatever else anyone knows about the job. T...
2 answers - Asked By: American Beauty - 1/23/2007
I am thinking about going to a community college and getting an associates degree to become a dental hygienist. I am using this is a backup plan in case i do not get into a four year college to becom...
2 answers - Asked By: - 1/26/2010
How much are you getting paid? Are you loving your job? Did you graduate with an AA or BA
1 answers - Asked By: Caroline - 1/22/2009
So i'm going to school to be a dental hygienist. I heard that they make good money and i want to be a dentist so i figure it will help me pay for dental school. I'm willing to move away for a good hyg...
1 answers - Asked By: - 11/15/2011
I'm entertaining the idea of becoming a dental hygienist and I'm trying to do research on it to see if it's the right job for me. Does anyone know if it's an easy career to find a job in? I just want ...
2 answers - Asked By: Andigirl - 12/17/2007
So i'm going to school to be a dental hygienist. I heard that they make good money and i want to be a dentist so i figure it will help me pay for dental school. I'm willing to move away for a good hyg...
1 answers - Asked By: - 11/15/2011
I am looking into a career as a Dental Hygienist and would like to know what you do on a daily basis? I am a very outgoing person who I love being around people and being busy. Would this be a good c...
1 answers - Asked By: momoftwo - 11/28/2007
I am a dental hygienist and have had a hard time finding a job. Not many jobs are advertised and I was wondering if any hygienists could share how they found their job(s)? How many jobs do you have? A...
1 answers - Asked By: - 5/29/2009
I've heard that all you pretty much need is an associates degree and you can start making over $50,000 a year with $30 an hour starting. And that's in HIGH demand expected to grow real high. Is anyone...
2 answers - Asked By: HeroOfAll - 6/28/2009
I need all the information one can give me. I have to decide in like week or two now if I want to be in the dental hygienist field. I have been doing lots of research and I went to the school today. I...
3 answers - Asked By: bulldogsr2cute - 12/10/2006
Which one should i pick as a career? nursing program takes MORE time. like 2 years more schooling. and the waitlist is 3 years=[ dental hygiene isn't too bad. less pay than nursing. and no waitl...
5 answers - Asked By: - 2/3/2011
Which one is more in demand in the chicago area? which one has better benefits? and which one is less stressful?
1 answers - Asked By: - 11/20/2012
I often hear how a dental hygienist is the ideal job for people who want to work in health care, want to make a good amount of money per hour and want a flexible schedule with good benefits. Unfortuna...
1 answers - Asked By: Mary K - 7/16/2009
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