The best dental hygeineist schools in the country are located in the nation’s most populous counties, according to a new study.
The study, published by the Association of Dental Hygienists and Allied Professionals, found that counties with the most dental hygelist graduates were those that have higher average pay.
The study also found that the highest percentage of dental hygers enrolled in post-secondary education were located in California.
The association noted that this trend is likely because of a number of factors.
These include more stringent regulations on dental hygenist practice in the state, a higher demand for dental hygiene graduates, and a focus on the career paths of dentists.
This is not the first time the association has released data on dental hygiene.
In the early 2020s, the association published data on where dental hyges can get jobs.
However, those data did not include dental hygoes working in the dental hygiees office.
The report also noted that while more than half of dental hygiene graduates enrolled in public high schools had a bachelor’s degree or higher, this figure dropped to about 35 percent for dental hygiene students.
Dental hygees typically have a bachelor of science degree in dental hygiene and the majority of graduates do not have a post-graduate education.
The average dental hyger earns a base salary of $35,800 annually.
This article was originally published on September 28, 2020.