How Many Years Does it Take to Get a Degree in Dentistry? There are many types of surgeons out there, as well as many types of general practitioners. The average dentist (out of all professions) makes about $150,000 every year, but believe it or not, they spend a large portion of their career actually in school. Most doctors can get their MD license or even their PhD in approximately 4-6 years depending on the profession. For a dental professional though, it can take upwards of around 8 years, and we’ll explain why. It varies greatly depending on what you’re wanting to do in the industry. The University Degree Normally, dental schools require a little extra credits for a bachelor’s degree, so just like the average doctor, a dentist will get their bachelor’s degree anywhere from three years, all the way to six in order to get their Bachelor’s. It greatly depends on what type of college that the student attends in order to determine just how long … [Read more...] about How Long Does It Take to Get a Dentistry Degree?
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By Nina Martin, ProPublica, and Renee Montagne, NPR News In recent months, mothers who nearly died in the hours and days after giving birth have repeatedly told ProPublica and NPR that their doctors and nurses were often slow to recognize the warning signs that their bodies weren’t healing properly. Now, an eye-opening new study substantiates some of these concerns. The nationwide survey of 372 postpartum nurses, published Tuesday in the MCN/American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing, found that many of them were ill-informed about the dangers new mothers face. Needing more education themselves, they were unable to fulfill their critical role of educating moms about symptoms like painful swelling, headaches, heavy bleeding and breathing problems that could indicate potentially life-threatening complications. By failing to alert new mothers to such risks, the peer-reviewed study found, nurses may be missing an opportunity to help reduce the maternal mortality rate in the … [Read more...] about Many Nurses Lack Knowledge of Health Risks for New Mothers, Study Finds
Peter Jones Published 5:00 pm PDT, Monday, September 10, 2018 Keep clicking for a list of part-time jobs that could earn you $75k a year, according to the JobNetwork.com 1. Social Media Assistant Put your Facebook skills to work helping companies manage their online profiles and marketing. You can get paid up to $30 an hour to work part time rocking a company’s social media presence. less Keep clicking for a list of part-time jobs that could earn you $75k a year, according to the JobNetwork.com 1. Social Media Assistant Put your Facebook skills to work helping companies manage their online ... more Photo: Maskot | Getty Images 3. Content Editing Have impeccable grammar? Get paid up to $40 an hour editing web content or printed materials for companies. If you’re good with turning deadlines around and have great spelling, you’re golden. less 3. Content Editing Have impeccable grammar? Get … [Read more...] about These part time jobs can earn you $75k a year
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Reader Center Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by Readers who are college graduates offer advice to incoming freshmen who wonder if degrees are worth the hype. ByLela Moore Aug. 19, 2018 Fall may not be quite in the air yet, but the school year is already beginning on many campuses. And so college freshmen, who just a few months ago tossed their high school graduation caps into the air and heard “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!,” begin a new season of angst. Did I choose the right school? What should I major in? Will I ever use that major? Does anyone ever use that major? We figured you might want to weigh in, too. Use the comment section to tell us about your own experience. A bachelor’s degree opens doors All the jobs I’ve had have required a bachelor’s. I don’t think I would have even gotten in the … [Read more...] about 5 Pearls of Wisdom About College for Students Starting Their First Year
Many women in the U.S. are waiting longer to have children, pushing the average age of first-time moms to an all-time high. But this trend is much more pronounced in some parts of the country than in others. The Seattle area is among a handful of places at the forefront of the shift toward older motherhood. In King County, it’s now more common for a woman to have her first child in her 30s or 40s than in her teens or 20s. Fifty-seven percent of first-time mothers in the county were 30 or older, analysis of 2016 data from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) shows. How exceptional is that? Very, if you compare King County with the U.S. as a whole. Nationally, slightly less than one-third of first-time moms are 30 or older. The average age for a woman in the U.S. to have a first child was 26.7 in 2016. Edith Cheng, a professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Washington, says she’s observed this shift toward older moms in her 30 … [Read more...] about Waiting to have kids: Majority of first-time moms in King County are 30 or older