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Job searching sites

Hey guys what are some online sites you use to look for jobs? I am using craigslist, dental post.net, and indeed. Not looking to leave my practice now but just curious about in the future



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You’ve listed some great sites that actually covers a lot of what is available online. Indeed.com is great because it aggregates jobs from a lot of other sites so you can get everything in one place. You can also check with your state’s dental hygiene association or local chapter, as they will sometimes list jobs available. Although not relevant to you since you already have a job, people should not underestimate the power of temping and volunteering to get their name out there.

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Another site you can try if you want a govt. federal position is USAJobs.com … Do a search in your area for veteran clinics and/or military posts that hire civilian hygienists. That’s what I did and found a great RDH position with the best benefits, although about 25 % less salary then civilian private practice.

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I like LinkedIn….you can post your resume, PLUS… tons of additional info about yourself, live volunteer projects, special non- hygiene related talents( maybe you’re a whiz with IT ….this site allows you to showcase your entire self!!! Then it helps you “find” others in your field. It’s great for networking!

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I get the best results from DentalPost and LinkedIn. With DentalPost every time you check it, your resume gets moved to the top of the list.
With LinkedIn I have used it as my resume and I try to connect with as many people in the dental field as possible.
With your resume, remember everyone knows what a hygienist does. Do not list all the stuff they already expect a hygienist to know. You do list what program you used, type of xrays, types of intraoral cameras etc…, and anything out of the ordinary hygiene duties. Mainly you want to tell what you gained from that job and how you grew.

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