According to new data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor, Alaska is the highest paying state for Dental Hygienists, while Minnesota is the highest paying state for Dental Assistants. Check out what your state pays!
Becoming a dentist requires 8 years of schooling - 4 years for a bachelor’s degree and 4 years to earn a DMD or DDS in a top dental school. The road to a career as a dentist doesn’t come cheap...
Finding and hiring the right staff is one of the most important functions of managing and growing a dental practice. Without the right staff, you’ll lack the proper tools to create a thriving practice.
Are you a dental job seeker looking to advance your career and make a lasting impact? Whether you're a skilled Dental Hygienist with expanded practice opportunities or a dedicated Dental Assistant passionate about working with children, it's time to showcase your uniqueness and accomplishments.
In owning a Dental Practice, there’s a high probability that at some point in your career, you’ll have to let someone go. Firing a Dental Employee for one reason or another, can cut a cancer out of a practice and cause the remainder of the Team to blossom.
Dental assisting can be a fun and rewarding career path for you with many options to grow professionally. The profession of Dental Assisting carries with it a wide variety of tasks, while offering growth in income as experience increases. In this article, Dr. Marynak shares about what you can expect.
Verifying a resume is an important process for dental practices to ensure the accuracy and authenticity of the information provided by the job seekers. While the specific steps may vary, here are four common steps to verify a resume.
Before you submit your resume to DentalStaffing.org, here’s our ultimate checklist of the information most people hiring in Dentistry are really looking for.
Once you incorporate a thoughtful list of comprehensive job benefits and bonuses, your dental practice can realize significant gains in recruitment, retention, and overall team performance. Tailor these incentives to your dental practice's culture, and create a workplace that magnifies, nurtures, and preserves the best dental talent.
Post your ad for dental job seekers to see on a large scale! Dental job boards, such as DentalStaffing.org places you out over the entire United States! We have dental job seekers who are willing to relocate for the right position. We offer dental job seekers the opportunity to register anonymously, therefore keeping their desire to make a change private. They can see your ad; you just can’t see them.