Rising Demand for Dental Professionals Spurs List of Dental Career Tips

Dental hygienist ranks second on a CareerCast list of the twelve best jobs in healthcare. To help dental professionals realize this bright future DentalSpots.com, the online dental jobs matching platform, recently provided insider tips on steps to take to build a dental career in 2014.

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They don’t need to waste precious time searching all over the internet for dental jobs, dental vendors, or patients when our family of websites already has everything needed to build a dental career in one convenient online location.

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) December 30, 2013

Dental hygienist ranks second on a CareerCast list of the twelve best jobs in healthcare. To help dental professionals realize this bright future DentalSpots.com, the online dental jobs matching platform, recently provided insider tips on steps to take to build a dental career in 2014.

DentalSpots.com, the one-stop website for dental professionals, recently provided insider tips on steps to take to build a dental career in 2014. The online jobs portal developed the list in response to a CareerCast listing of the twelve best jobs in healthcare, which ranked dental hygienist as second. Reasons cited for the “best job” label are that being a dental hygienist is usually a high demand, low-stress, job; dental offices are comfortable work locations; and job security is high. Dental hygienists usually don’t incur large education expenses, but still earn an annual median salary of about $70,000, with a projected growth of 38% by 2020.

Although Dental Hygienist is the only dental job in the survey, DentalSpots.com added that other jobs in the dental profession have equally strong prospects. Website developers advise dental hygienists, dental assistants, dentists, and dental front office workers that the first step in building a dental career is connecting with other dental professionals. This helps dental job seekers land the best jobs by connecting with dental employers, and frequently provides insights on how to keep a dental career growing.

The second piece of advice is to build a strong network. The DentalSpots.com network allows dental specialists to connect with general dentists to increase their referral possibilities, and also connects traveling dentists with dental offices to offer their services.

Using the best tools for the job is extremely important to growing a dental career. DentalSpots.com helps dental practices run more efficiently by matching dental office managers with the best candidates to fill open Texas dental jobs or fill open California dental jobs, filling vacant positions with a patented temporary staffing solution, attracting more patients through ChooseYourDentist.com, and connecting with dental vendors.

“Our final tip for dental professionals is to manage their time effectively,” stated DentalSpots.com founder Feridoon Amini. “They don’t need to waste precious time searching all over the internet for dental jobs, dental vendors, or patients when our family of websites already has everything needed to build a dental career in one convenient online location.”

Those interested in learning more about the steps that can be taken in 2014 to grow a dental career are welcome to visit the website at http://www.dentalspots.com or to look for the company at the 2014 Southwest Dental Conference, January 30 - February 1, at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, Texas.

About DentalSpots.com: DentalSpots.com is the premier, full-service online portal where dental professionals can network, fill dental jobs, connect with patients and find dental vendors. Further information may be obtained by visiting the website at http://www.dentalspots.com, connecting on Facebook, following @DentalSpots on Twitter, or calling 1-800-971-8008.


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