Welcome to the July issue of Dental Assisting Digest. This should be an issue you'll want to keep around for some time. Not only do we let you know the best places to work as a dental assistant (check out the article in our "Leading Off" section), but we also start the journey toward the annual DAD salary survey. There is no hotter topic for dental assistants than their paycheck, and this is your chance to help us have the most definitive, all-inclusive dental assistant salary survey around. Please take a few moments to fill out this year's five-question salary survey at www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx. I promise it will take less than five minutes of your time and will help your fellow assistants.
Speaking of dental assistant salaries, the U.S. Department of Labor recently released its average dental assistant salaries for each state. The numbers below were used as one of the eight factors to determine the state rankings for our annual "best places" survey.
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So how does your salary compare? Are you looking for ways to increase your worth in the practice? Click here: http://dentalassistingdigest.com/articles/article_display.html?id=364775.
Are you looking for a way to talk to your boss about a raise? Click here: http://dentalassistingdigest.com/articles/article_display.html?id=348773&dcmp=DADENL.
Want to see why I feel you're worth every penny you make and much more? Click here: http://dentalassistingdigest.com/articles/article_display.html?id=356812.
There has never been a better time for you to prove just how valuable you are to your practice. Read the articles, gain some knowledge, and wow your office ... then fill out our salary survey. You can do it.
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