Finding a job: ADA CareerCenter unveils upgraded online job board for dental professionals

            Dental professionals looking for the right job can turn to the ADA CareerCenter, the Association’s official online job board, which unveiled July 17 its upgraded website in an effort to improve user experience and personalization of jobs searches. The online job board features a new personalization dashboard, which provides a more user-friendly experience for jobseekers and generates… Read More »

Finding a job: Dental career options

You’ve probably already done a lot of thinking about what field of dentistry you’d like to end up in, but there are some dental career paths you may not have considered. Remember that there will be flexibility over the course of your career to move between fields. The Associate An associate works for dentist owner, either as a… Read More »

Finding a job: Networking

You should start the researching, planning and decision making process well in advance – your third year of school would be ideal. Consider that the planning phase can take up a year before the job in your chosen field actually begins. Use Your Friends Wisely Your network is there for a reason. The old adage – dentistry like… Read More »

Finding a job in federal dentistry

Almost 5,000 dentists work for the U.S. Public Health Service, the Department of Veterans’ Affairs or the military. Among the benefits with this professional choice: a base salary access to an assortment of nontaxable income and benefits a competitive compensation package that grows with years of service and promotions potential use of time to complete a residency or… Read More »

Finding a job in federal dentistry

Almost 5,000 dentists work for the U.S. Public Health Service, the Department of Veterans’ Affairs or the military, according to the ADA Center for Professional Success. Among the benefits with this professional choice: a base salary. access to an assortment of nontaxable income and benefits. a competitive compensation package that grows with years of service and promotions. potential… Read More »

My New Dentist Beginner’s Guide: Finding a job

There I was, sitting on stage at my dental school graduation, with no clue what to do next. I knew that I needed to find a job but it was going to take three months before my license to become active. Three months to do anything felt like a lifetime after becoming accustom to cramming for exams in… Read More »