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Job satisfaction, work-family balance, and competitive pay make dental hygienist jobs one of the best in healthcare. Flexibility makes it possible to work full-time or just 2-3 days a week in a traditional 8-to-5 atmosphere.

However, in addition to being a best overall job and top healthcare support job, dental hygienists are also ranked as the #1 most unhealthy job because of things like exposure to infectious diseases, radiation, repetitive and musculoskeletal injuries, and the amount of time spent sitting each day. As such, it’s common for hygienists to occasionally reach burnout rates due to neck, shoulder, and wrist injuries.

shoulder, and wrist injuries.

  • shoulder, and wrist injuries.
  • shoulder, and wrist injuries.
  • shoulder, and wrist injuries.

shoulder, and wrist injuries.

  1. shoulder, and wrist injuries.
  2. shoulder, and wrist injuries.
  3. shoulder, and wrist injuries.

Career Rankings

Job satisfaction, work-family balance, and competitive pay make dental hygienist jobs one of the best in healthcare. Flexibility makes it possible to work full-time or just 2-3 days a week in a traditional 8-to-5 atmosphere. However, in addition to being a best overall job and top healthcare support job, dental hygienists are also ranked as the #1 most unhealthy job because of things like exposure to infectious diseases, radiation.

Repetitive and musculoskeletal injuries, and the amount of time spent sitting each day. As such, it’s common for hygienists to occasionally reach burnout rates due to neck, shoulder, and wrist injuries.

Dental Hygienist Salary

Depending on cost of living in your area and the amount of experience that you have, the average dental hygienist salary is just over $76,000 per year, with higher earners topping $89,000 per year. In fact, areas of the United States with a higher cost of living may have dental hygienist salaries that are over $110,000 per year. An entry-level hygienist salary in a more affordable area could be as low as $62,000 per year.

Most hygienists are paid an hourly rate with some offices offering bonus incentives on a case-by-case basis. Although dental hygienists can hold either a 2 or 4-year degree, their level of education does not affect their licensure, nor should it impact their salary.

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