I would love to be a dental hygienist because the pay is high, you can make new friends, and you have manageable hours. 2 They are the people who clean your teeth, perform surgeries, prescribe medication, etc (Occupation Description). 7 The work schedule for both professions is relatively the same. A typical dental office open at 8 AM, and closes around 6 PM. Dental hygienists do receive leave on major holidays, but they have to work year round.
The career field that I have chosen to go into is the medical field. In the medical field I would like to become a dental hygienist. The background that I have on dental hygienist is that you exam gums, clean teeth, and teach about oral care. The research that I have already done on this profession is a dental hygienist annual salary and required hour of work. Some more research I utilized is how many years of college are needed, what you do while at work, and if you work by yourself or who you work with.
Dental hygienist that are going to school and getting their bachelor’s degree are making less money than the people with the associate’s degree. When getting your bachelors your are having to go to school for a longer time and you’re not able to get into the workforce as fast. The average bachelor’s degree is making around $63,977. People who are going to school just for their Associates of Applied Science are making $64,895 and people are Getting their Associate’s of Science are making $73,737. The reason the associate’s are making more is because they are going into the workforce first.
My classmates that are in Special Ed often feel alienated and neglected by their peers without disabilities. To be able to bring a smile to their faces because I took an hour out of my day to help them is the best feeling in the world. Not a lot of people are as accepting to teens with disabilities, so it is refreshing for them to have someone who
Document 7)( They had only forty minutes of lunch and had to drink water when they got the chance too. Document 7) Later a man wrote about the kids that were working for a long time everyday saying that the kids should not put up with these long hours and ages six to thirteen had to go to school to learn math and writing. This made the children very happy. However, it later change the ages six to eighteen had to go to school and learn math and reading. Less kids were dying and it had Economic growth.
It’s extraordinary how much money we spend on things that are completely unnecessary to our survival. Not every house needs a TV in every room and not all students need a personal computer. However we as people are greedy by nature and therefor do end up spending tons of money on things like that. This is promoted more and more through social media, TV, magazines, newspapers, etc… Yet we could be spending more (if not all) of our extra money of helping others who have nothing. Peter Unger a New York University Philosopher calculated the cost to save a child’s life “By his calculation, $200 in donations would help a sickly two-year-old child transform into a healthy six-year-old” (Singer).
I have anonymously donated clothes to join the cause and have donated my time. I wish I could donate more. But the students that come in always show such a great deal of appreciation. They have no idea how much I appreciate helping them and seeing them feel special. They no longer feel self conscious because their parents could not afford to buy them new clothes so they have to wear the same limited wardrobe each week.
I believe my practical experience and what I’ve learned during my six years as a dental assistant at Plainview Oral sets me apart from other students. Not only for the dental skills that I have acquired, but also for the kindness and care that I have demonstrated, when working with patients in real life situations. Many patients have thanked me for my professional bedside manner both before, during, and after surgery. I also assisted patients with disabilities, and was able to exhibit a patient and positive attitude when working with them. Hands-on skills such as taking impressions, radiographs, and making night guards will help me thrive in dental school.
She spent about 10 years guiding slaves to flee to Canada. During this act more than 38 slaves were ordinarily disenthrall from hard labor. During this rescue mission “she made most of her trips in and around December when the nights were long and fewer people were out.” (doc B), she was extremely cautious about her acts. Although, all four acts were all as important, the least important one was care-giving. Tubman spent 48 years taking care of injured slaves, she helped more than 288 people but, less than 400.
Coming to Ashesi, I believe I haven’t been that much of a servant leader because like High School, I’ve kept to myself most often and this has prevented me from looking beyond myself in order to address the needs of others. However, the little we have studied in the course so far has opened my eyes to see servant leaders in action and how their work has benefited those around them. It has stirred up some kind of desire in me to improve the lives of the people in my community and this is outlined in the story I hope to be a reality by the time I am a hundred years old. My name is Zaneta Asare and this is my autobiography at age 100. I graduated from Ashesi University in the year 2019 with a BSc Honors in Computer Engineering.
Quietly stored away in my brain are the honest and humble memories of the six years I spent serving some of the poorest nursing homes in my community and schools for handicapped children. The service group I founded put on performances for, and spent time socializing with, thousands of people with physical or mental limitations. There were countless moments when I knew I was making a difference just by taking the time to listen, or by letting someone hold my hand. Running this non-profit alone was a tremendous undertaking that absorbed hours beyond calculation. Although there were times of frustration, they paled in comparison to the solitary moments I witnessed as our group made a positive mark on one individual after another.
He mentions that the education system has the pinnacle well checked, but is lacking on the basics of the pyramid. This also allows the audience to see that if you have the right bases your pyramid will work for you. Andrade’s choice to use Tupac’s story is for the audience to see that one action can change a person’s life. The anecdote shows us that if you push the person in the right direction with time and tell them that they are worth it and believe in them selves they can improve. It shows us that everyone has the potential to grow, if one has the tenacity.
Year round schools don’t help students learn more, they just spread out a long break that some people think will improve students learning. Even though year round schools support continuous learning they make continuous learning harder by adding many breaks in between the school year. Year round schools don’t keep the traditional school day and don’t help students learn more. Students that have school during the summer aren’t being real kids. Summer breaks are full of good memories and should be experienced by all.
Especially with the work they put in, the money they make for the company, and the fact that most students can’t make ends meet. Athletes spend an average of 43.3 hours per week working and perfecting their game so they can play their best and inevitably make the NCAA more money. This time spent is a little more than one would work for a full time position. This would make a person at least $28,567 annually and takes little to no talent unlike being an athlete. These hours aren’t optional either.