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New: Get Hired in Under 60 Seconds on Stynt!

Getting dental industry temp jobs on Stynt is faster and easier than ever! We’re excited to announce that recent upgrades to our technology will get you hired for most temp jobs in 60 seconds! Stynt is the fastest way to get hired for high-paying dental industry temp jobs.

To be hired in 60 seconds, you must be the first person to apply for the job AND have a 4-star (or above) rating. If you’re a new pro without a star rating, you can easily obtain one by submitting references. Submit references.

Jobs fill quickly, so please make sure to apply as soon as you receive a job alert!

The best part? Stynt is growing faster than ever and offices are posting new jobs all the time. Whether you’re a dentist, hygienist, assistant, office manager or a front desk personnel, we have the jobs that match your availability and desired pay rate.

If you have any questions, please view Stynt’s support center.

Want to get hired in 60 seconds? Go see for yourself and apply for jobs today!

4 Solid Reasons You Should Be a Healthcare Freelancer

Published: September 27, 2018

When some people find out their colleagues are working as healthcare freelancers, the responses are mixed.

Some ask why they don’t get a “regular job.” Others respond with awe, saying, “I could never do that,” or “I don’t have the discipline to work for myself.” Still others are curious, wanting to know how they can start and succeed as a healthcare freelancer.

Certainly, freelancing isn’t for everybody. It’s a bit of an acquired taste. As a healthcare freelancer, you might look at it as a full-time side hustle, where you can spend days at a time on social media, marketing and following up with potential clients, answering emails, and updating your records without getting any paid work at all. And when it comes to setting your rates, it can sometimes be frustrating to deal with clients who try to offer you less money than you’re worth.   READ MORE >

7 Steps to a Rewarding Career as a Dental Hygienist (RDH) [Including Salary Info.]

Published: August 3, 2018

According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, expects the need for registered dental hygienists (RDH) to grow by as much as 19% between 2014 and 2025.

And the world of work is changing, as the “gig economy” takes hold. Workers are opting for a more flexible career in which they can control their time and choose employers that offer them the freedom and flexibility to design their own lives around their own unique talents, skills, and values.  

Healthcare workers – particularly those in the dental health industry, are no exception.

If you’re currently working as a dental hygienist and want to re-evaluate your current position, or if you’re just starting to research career and educational opportunities, the following seven steps will outline how you can pursue a successful, rewarding career as a dental hygienist. READ MORE >