Dentistry – Higher income job than President.
Becoming a dentist really is a dream career for many people.
So dream to become reality dentist isn’t easy.
In the United States, there are 30.00 new openings between 2017 and 2027, corresponds to 18%. Easy to see the human resource in the medical field is still large.
*After the US presidential election, demand continues to increase.
Dentistry career has 4 characteristics below:
– High human resource demands
The work of dentist:
Salary: around 160.000$ per year
– Orthodontia dentist / Orthodontists: main work is braces.
Salary: around 190.000$ per year
– Maxillofacial surgeon doctor / Prosthodontists: perform cosmetic surgery and facial injury surgery.
Salary: around 130.000$ per year
– Rehabilitation and orthopedic oral dentist: analysis and orthopedic the mold of oral.
Salary: around 200.000$ per year
– Endodontist: Research the soft tissues and nerves living within the tooth.
Salary: around 220.000$ per year
The lives of dentists
– Work pressure: very low
– Proactive about the time
– High and stable revenue.
– The ratio of job competition is low.
– Spend more time with family
– Having personal business
– Pursuing individual passions.
Pursuing individual passions.
So, how to become a worker of dentistry?
First, let’s take a look to report from these admission numbers reported by top schools:
University of California San Francisco: 2000 applicants, 120 admission offers
Tufts University: 1650 applicants, 190 enrollees
Indiana University: 1550 applicants, 110 matriculated
So, students should aim for a higher mark if they want to become a part or dentistry field.
Dentistry school – Annual tuition fees:
United State of American: over 80.000$ per year
India: over 40,000$ per year.
Asia: over 30,000$ per year.
China and Russia: over 50,000$ per year and you need learn indigenous languages.
And, average to become pro-dentist, you must take 8-10 years.
However, face to the increasing demand, the dentistry schools continues to offer scholarships.
“Take a chance! All life is a chance. The man who goes farthest is generally the one who is willing to do and dare.”