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Transcript of Dietitian
expected to increase
20% by 2020 Dietitian/Nutritionist California State University
University of Austin Texas
University of Cincinnati
UNC Chapel Hill
Eastern Michigan University
University of Pittsburgh Fringe Benefits Courses? Food chemistry
Research methods in nutrition
Food service management Bachelor degree is required.
There is a lot of training They make: 53, 250 a year that's 25.60 an hour!!!! Time? They work 40 hours a week and may need to work on weekends. Education They:
Explain nutritional issues so that patients can understand them.
Assess the needs of the patients
Evaluate the effects of the new meal plans
Talk to groups about there relationship with food and good/ bad eating habits
Keep up with the latest nutritional research FUN FACTS Health Educator more than just experts about food. By: Kimberly Canfield What they do: Colleges Perks of the job Location of employment: Vacation
Varies on where you work Great benefits
Help people Hospitals
Self employed Bibliography
College Crunch. "College Crunch." College Crunch RSS. College Crunch, 1 Mar. 2010. Web. 25 Mar. 2013.
Quinset Inc. "Nutritionist Salary & Dietitian Salary." Nutritionist Salary. Quinset Inc., n.d. Web. 26 Mar. 2013.
U.S. Departement of Labor. "Summary." U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 18 July 2012. Web. 25 Mar. 2013. Pay in the States. North Carolina: 71,000
Illinois: 73, 000
Michigan:72,000 Massachusetts 80,000 Mississippi 82,000 New York 84,000