Dec 27, 2013 by kreandeau

Forbes magazine recently reported on the best jobs in healthcare for 2014. The article stated that the healthcare sector offers many career paths that can lead to a secure future and generous compensation. It then recapped CareerCast’s list of the twelve best jobs in healthcare, with Dental Hygienist ranking 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. Now that’s a career opportunity you can really sink your teeth into!

Although Dental Hygienist is the only dental job in the survey, other jobs in the dental profession also have equally strong prospects. DentalSpots.com, the website where dental professionals connect, helps all dental professionals grow their dental career. Whether you’re a dental hygienist, dental assistant, dentist, or a dental front office worker, we can help build your dental career in 2014 in several ways:

  1. Connect With Other Dental Professionals: Find the best dental jobs in Texas or dental jobs in California by making connections. DentalSpots.com helps you connect with dental employers and other dental professionals in your area to land the best dental jobs and keep growing your dental career.
  2. Build a Network: DentalSpots.com 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.
  3. Use The Best Tools for The Job: 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.
  4. Manage Time Effectively: Don’t waste time searching all over the internet when everything you need to improve your dental career is in one convenient online location.

Connect With DentalSpots.com Now and Build Your Dental Career

Take steps in 2014 to start building the dental career of your dreams. Register now at DentalSpots.com or look for us at the 2014 Southwest Dental Conference, January 30 – February 1, at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, Texas. We’ll be there with plenty of ideas to help you find your perfect spot in dentistry.

What can we do to help you grow your dental career in 2014? Leave a comment below, visit our website at www.dentalspots.com, connect on Facebook, follow @DentalSpots on Twitter, or call 1-800-971-8008.