Embarking on a completely different career can be exciting and scary at the same time. When making a big decision like this, there are several factors to consider. For one, you should consider the advantages and disadvantages of pursuing this new venture. Another point to consider is, will this new career fit into your current lifestyle. Many people find that the best way to get education and real-world internship during the process is to pursue an education program that provides these services. Once you find your field of interest, you should make sure that the rate of pay for the desired position will cover your general needs and cost of living expenses. Also, you should determine whether or not you want to work full-time or part-time, and do you need a schedule will be flexible when emergencies arise.
Statistics show that the Dental Assistant industry is one of the top twenty-five percent fastest growing careers in the United States. At this school, the time it takes between getting trained to getting paid is minimal. It is no wonder that this profession is on the rise, the pay is great, and the hours are flexible. Plus, this is a great opportunity for people who are seeking a career in a professional setting, in which they will acquire desirable skills, such as learning how to manage and operate an office, communicating and interacting with people on a professional level, and gaining knowledge about the application and maintenance of dental tools and equipment.
Pursuing a career as a Dental Assistant is ideal for people that are pursuing an entry level position that will provide them with job security and skills that they can use in one of the fastest growing fields in the US.
Take advantage of this opportunity and reserve a spot in our next Dental Assisting class… Email or call (951) 816-6298 today!
Dr. K. Pat Brown