Becoming an influencer, a person who has the ability to influence more than 10,000 people to follow their recommendations or buy specific products, is important in order to grow your dietetic business…
Private practice for dietitians isn’t just about having an office anymore to counsel or coach clients. Private practice insinuates that one works for his/her self in a practice. This practice can have multiple job ventures and options beyond just the standard counseling services. Here are some different opportunities for private practice dietitians to get that extra paycheck while enjoying a flexible, self-made schedule.
“Registered Dietitians are uniquely qualified to translate nutrition science into smart strategies and help people make their own, well-informed nutrition decisions based on facts, not fear. Effective communication skills not only help promote better nutrition, they also promote the dietetics profession and your own career by boosting your visibility, influence, and success.”
New trends emerge each year where one minute something is hot, hot, hot, and the next minute, it’s not. NutritionJobs caught up with fellow dietitians to find out what to look for in regards to the dietetic industry for the upcoming year. Here are 10 future dietetic trends in 2017. – Sarah
You meet new people, and they ask, “What do you do?” How do you respond? What do you say to them to cause so much intrigue that they continue to ask more questions about your career? How are you unique and engaging? An elevator pitch can help you give your audience enough information in just a short introduction so that you have grabbed their attention and they want to learn more. – Sarah
The dreaded phrase: “I need to find a job.” The thought of the job search can instantly bring up anxiety and fear. However, searching for a job doesn’t have to be a negative experience. Time to get empowered and find the fun in researching new career opportunities and growth. To provide you with the confidence and tools you need to find your dream job, here are 10 job search tips every dietitian should know. – Sarah
Whether you are gearing up for the annual Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo in Boston or just attending a local networking event, you definitely don’t want to make these networking mistakes. NutritionJobs reached out to dietitians and got their great advice and tips on what not to do when networking.
Spending money on dining out overtook grocery store purchases in March of 2015, according to Bloomberg and the Commerce Department. With more and more Americans dining out for most of their meals, the job opportunities available to dietitians is growing rapidly. – Sarah
Building relationships to promote the benefits and reputation of yourself and your company is the basis of public relations (PR). PR is all about communicating your message to build a community and gain supporters. The more effective PR you do, the more presence you will have in your industry, community, and the media. Therefore, PR is very important in enhancing your expertise and optimizing your voice. NutritionJobs reached out to some of the top dietitians in the PR niche to get their expert advice on how to get a job within the PR industry. Here’s what they had to say. Here’s how to get a job as a public relations dietitian.