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Is dental hygienist a good job? how much money make an hour? and how many years of college bcuz i heard its $80 an hr. and only 4 years of college is it a hard job? what kind of classes do you need ...
4 answers - Asked By: weezybaby - 9/1/2008
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'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 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 a male and I have been looking at a Dentist Hygienist as a stepping stone to becoming a Dentist. I have never thought it was a female career! I just came across an article that says men will have...
3 answers - Asked By: - 7/29/2009
Hi i'm trying to go to this university in conneticut to do this career ...some says it pays good some says its to hard.. IS THERE ANY DENTAL HYGIENIST IN HERE THAT CAN TELL ME IF IS WORTH IT OR NOT.. ...
2 answers - Asked By: - 4/11/2013
I'm thinking of becoming either a Dental Hygienist or a Nurse and both jobs make about the same money except there will be more job openings for Nursing. I always hear becoming a nurse is a stressful ...
2 answers - Asked By: J - 8/10/2010
I know that I want to get into the medical field, and I would really love working in a small office directly with patients. A dental hygienist sounds just like the job I want, but I've heard it's phys...
1 answers - Asked By: - 9/16/2012
Once you have graduated from a dental hygiene school and start placing resume's in dental offices what are the dentists looking for? do they look that deeply into where you went to school, or is it ma...
3 answers - Asked By: Jennie B - 8/31/2009
2 answers - Asked By: - 1/3/2013
I am interested in pursuing a degree in dental hygiene. I am curious to know the job market of dental hygienists in the San Fancisco Bay Area (level of competition for jobs, is it easy to get hired?)....
1 answers - Asked By: - 12/15/2010
Im a guy and im interested in a dental career and i think becoming a dentist is way to long so my teacher told me that her husband was a dental hygienst but he was the only guy in the class and im sca...
6 answers - Asked By: Jose - 1/19/2009
I am a girl and my cousin and uncle was a firefighter and they loved it. it seems fun and challenging. But i also was interested in being a dental hygienist.. Dental Hygienists make more money then a ...
1 answers - Asked By: - 4/12/2011
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
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 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 recently graduated dental hygiene school in TN. I am having a hard time finding a job. It seems that not a lot of offices are hiring or not listing that they are hiring. I was wondering how do hygie...
2 answers - Asked By: - 8/23/2012
Do you enjoy you job? Do you work in a small office? How many days do you work? Is the pay nice? Is it a great job for starting a family? I am going to school for Dental Hygienist an just wanted...
2 answers - Asked By: tc22 - 11/22/2011
Please I live in Michigan and I am settled here, i have a degree in Architecture but I want to change my major to Health field, so anyone in Michigan here can tell me which one is the most on demand t...
3 answers - Asked By: - 3/21/2012
Stressful? Boring? Is there a lot of jobs in it
1 answers - Asked By: S i r i - 6/12/2007
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