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How to Market Yourself as a Dental Hygienist

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The job market for dental hygienists looks promising across almost every region of the country, and according to most predictions, hiring in this field will remain steady well into the next decade. So if you’re graduating and stepping onto the market for the first time, or if you’re an experienced hygienist looking for a new… Read more »

Recent College Grad Job Search Hurdles

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There’s really no way to sugar coat the news: If you’re graduating from college and stepping onto the job market this spring, you can expect a rough transition to the workforce. The hiring landscape is competitive, jobs are hard to find, and at the entry level, both pay and respectful treatment are often handed out… Read more »

How Healthcare Millennials Approach Employment

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Targeting millennial candidates can provide a huge boost to your healthcare practice…After all, employees in this age group are well known for their energy, optimism, tech-savvy, and teamwork skills. Millennial and new grad skill sets are usually fresh and relevant, and since they’re emerging directly from academic environments, these candidates usually emphasize best practice and… Read more »

Job Search Tips for Recent Grads

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If you’re about to complete your degree and you’ll be entering the healthcare job search marketplace this spring, you’ll probably be besieged with resume and interview tips from counsellors and advisors. Some of these will be fairly obvious…You’ll need to show up in time for your interviews and appointments, for example (that’s a no-brainer). You’ll… Read more »

Dental Staffing Salary Trends in Atlanta GA

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Dental hygienists are the professional dental staff members who act under a dentist’s supervision to clean teeth, remove deposits and accretions, eliminate stains, and do examinations and palpations for early signs of oral cancer. Hygienists also visibly examine the gums for signs of disease, and they also provide patient education regarding oral care, which may… Read more »

Follow Up After Your Healthcare Interview: Guidelines

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Your healthcare interview ended five minutes ago, and you’ve just walked away from the building. You’re frazzled, elated, cautiously optimistic, or a little of all three. But before you relax, or celebrate, or fight the urge to give up in despair, you have a few more things to take care of. Your interview isn’t over… Read more »

Incentives for Frontline Healthcare Staff

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Your frontline staff members serve as the primary liaison between your medical or dental practice and the clients who come to you for care. These are the faces your clients encounter as they walk in the door, and these are the people who help them resolve issues related to scheduling, billing, waiting periods, and sometimes… Read more »

Healthcare Employment Opportunity Statistics for 2014

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With the combined impact of new regulations, more efficient management staffing strategies, facility integration and a host of other trends, the healthcare industry as a whole will be facing very busy hiring cycle in 2014. Both managers and job seekers stand to benefit from the excess of heat and activity that will taking place in… Read more »

401K Plans for Dental Hygienists

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A 401K is an employer-sponsored arrangement that allows employees to maintain a retirement plan by having investments deducted directly from their paychecks. This is the most common available form of defined contribution plan, a type of retirement plan based on regular contributions taken out of a worker’s pay and placed directly into a tax deductible… Read more »

Using LinkedIn to Land a Healthcare Job

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Social media and online networking may not have to the power to transform your career all by themselves—After all, no matter how many friends or followers you add to your list, you’ll eventually need to get out from behind your screen and make some connections in the real world. But in the meantime, every minute… Read more »