How much does a Dental Hygienist make in Seattle, WA?
Best-paid skills and qualifications for dental hygienists
The jobs requiring this skill have increase by 23.39% since 2018. Dental Hygienists with this skill earn +9.36% more than the average base salary, which is $54.29 per hour.
|Year||Number of job openings on Indeed requiring this skill||Change from previous year|
|2012||72||increase by 72|
|2013||330||increase by 358.33%|
|2014||419||increase by 26.97%|
|2015||449||increase by 7.16%|
|2016||624||increase by 38.98%|
|2017||598||decrease by 4.17%|
|2018||808||increase by 35.12%|
|2019||997||increase by 23.39%|
Top companies hiring dental hygienists with the recommended skill
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Registered Dental Hygienist
67% of Dental hygienists in the United States think their salaries are enough for the cost of living in their area
Frequently asked questions
As a dental hygienist how can I know if I am being paid fairly?
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Do dental hygienists get paid weekly or biweekly?
Payment occurs either weekly or biweekly. Frequency of payment for dental hygienist depends on which state the job is in.
Why do dental hygienists make so much money?
Dentist hygienists earn good money day to day. Often depending on the circumstances, patient fees go up to cover increased overheads.