Finding The Right 'Job Fit' For a Dentist
Updated: May 18, 2018
Understand yourself Think carefully about your strengths and weaknesses.
A dentist who is absolutely meticulous but extremely slow will have difficulty in a typical NHS practice.
Employers are under significant pressure with ever narrowing margins, frequently having made a substantial investment and having taken on significant debt that must be serviced.
As an employee, think like an entrepreneur, if you succeed for your employer you are likely to be more financially successful personally.
Seek out the job where you are most likely to succeed. Success may be measured in terms of the learning experience, career development, gaining experience, and of course there is that financial success element.
Practice Exchange is a comprehensive database of all courses relating to dentistry. The Practice Exchange database is available to you anytime, anywhere. Free of charge. No registration. If you are a course provider, please submit your course to our database for free. This will allow dental professionals to find you easily.
We also run a FREE busy job board for all jobs in the dental profession. If you are a Dentist, Hygienist, Dental Nurse, Practice Manager, Receptionist or an Orthodontist, this is where you will find your next job. It's our responsibility to drive traffic to your posting and ensure as many people as possible are aware of your opportunity.