The 10 Best (and Five Worst) Cities for Dental Hygienists in 2020

August 6, 2020
Robert Elsenpeter
Robert Elsenpeter

Robert Elsenpeter is a freelance writer and frequent contributor to Dental Products Report and Digital Esthetics. He is also the author of 18 technology books, including the award-winning Green IT: Reduce Your Information System's Environmental Impact While Adding to the Bottom Line. As such, he’s particularly interested in the technological side of dentistry.

Volume 54, Issue 8

Using publicly reported data from a range of sources, we've identified the best locations for dental hygienists to live and work, as well as some of the most challenging locales.

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