Demand for dietitians remains strong. Much of this projected growth is due to renewed interest in the role of food and nutrition in physical and mental health. Additionally, the aging of the American population and the increasing prevalence of chronic illness is driving demand for all healthcare related services. Dietitians should be skilled in communication, problem-solving, and listening. They typically need a bachelor’s degree and state based licensure. It is also usual to have supervised training through an internship.
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Being a dietitian is a rewarding and fulfilling career, but it's also important that you get a fair salary. Here's how to figure out what your salary should be and to negotiate for it:
In addition to your salary, many companies offer bonuses and perks to their dietitians. Here are a few things to look out for when looking at open positions: