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Access 2 Knowledge has published new information on nursing and dental hygienist salaries, with a view to inspiring more people to take up these noble professions.

San Francisco, CA, United States of America – March 31, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Knowledge is power, and with knowledge people are empowered to make the right decisions. Many people miss out on opportunities in life purely because they were not aware those opportunities existed to be taken. Access 2 Knowledge is a resource center that hopes to answer as many of life’s questions as possible, from the practical to the esoteric, to ensure everyone knows exactly what potential lies ahead of them. Access 2 Knowledge has now published information on the salaries and job descriptions of medical nurses and dental hygienists with a view to shedding light on this career path for interested parties.

The article on average nurses salary (http://www.access2knowledge.org/jobs-education/much-registered-nurses-make/)does not include only the average salary, but the variations in salary and what causes them as well as the sources from which the information was derived. The article also gives insight into the working environment, conditions and responsibilities involved in making this money.

The average dental hygienist salary (http://www.access2knowledge.org/jobs-education/much-dental-hygienists-make/) is revealed to be $70,700 per year. As well as this information, the article explains that careers in this industry represent one of the few that are on the upswing, with a growth rate of 38%. This information is vital to those considering careers in these fields.

A spokesperson for Access 2 Knowledge explained, “We have created this information in collaboration with real dental and medical nursing staff to ensure that the information we have given is current and accurate. What we describe in these articles is the reality of the position, and if this reality seems appealing then individuals know they are right to pursue it as a career path. We also offer information on training and educational institutions so that individuals can certify in the practice and get their first foot on this rewarding career ladder.”

About Access 2 Knowledge:
Access 2 Knowledge was created in 2006 with one mission in mind – to provide readers with a comprehensive database of well-researched answers to all of life’s questions. Ever since, the site has answered questions ranging from the mundane to the totally random, from practical life knowledge to useless trivia. If their team of tireless researchers and writers don’t have the answer, they feature leading experts to craft researched responses.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.access2knowledge.org

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