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  3. ... working full time will have paid time off in some form, medical and dental plan access with limited cost, some type of retirement savings account, disability...

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  5. ... area, and talk to an agent. They'll be able to set you up with a plan that matches your needs and your finances...

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  6. Yes. You need to see the human resources or your benefits department.

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  7. Dental hygiene is much easier and only involves a 2 year course. Nursing is more comprehensive and involves more college, which is writing papers.

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  8. What you're planning to do is just plain wrong. Ask for the extra time off and if you don...

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  9. ... to a community college, it may take even longer than 2 years to do Dental Hygiene. The program probably has limited enrollment...

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  10. ... into a Russian family.) I am curious about your plans to work from home. Dental hygienist would not be a good career choice if that is your long term goal...

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