Irish Dental Jobs Salary Guide | 2024 Edition

24 November 2023

Brief Overview of the last five years:

Dental Practices in Ireland trends (2018-2023) Dental practices' revenue is forecast to expand at a compound annual rate of 0.8% over the five years through 2023 to €973.1 million, including expected growth of 1.2% in 2023, when profit is set to account for 1.5% of revenue. COVID-19 brings about appointment delays and cancellations. During 2020, government-imposed lockdown restrictions caused many dental appointments to be cancelled and postponed. The close facial contact required for dental treatments posed a significant risk to employees and patients. Industry revenue plummeted by 21.2% during 2020. Falling private healthcare expenditure contributed to this contraction, while rising public healthcare expenditure was focused on pandemic-related expenses, not dentistry.

Market Size: €973m business

Number of Businesses:1,017 poll

Industry Employment: 6,595

Irish Dental Jobs Salary Guide 2024

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Unveiling the Irish Dental Jobs Salary Guide for 2024: A Comprehensive Analysis

Introduction: In the ever-evolving landscape of the healthcare industry, staying informed about the latest trends and statistics is crucial, especially for professionals seeking opportunities in specialized fields like dentistry. As we step into 2024, Irish Dental Jobs Salary Report '24 provides valuable insights into the compensation landscape for dental professionals across Ireland. In this blog post, we will delve into the key findings and trends highlighted in the report, offering a comprehensive analysis of the current state of dental job salaries in Ireland.

Key Findings:

  1. Regional Disparities: The report sheds light on regional variations in salaries, outlining how salaries differs across cities and rural areas. Understanding these regional nuances is essential for professionals contemplating job relocations or considering new opportunities. There is major disparities between one province vs another. 

  2. Experience Matters: Unsurprisingly, the report underscores the correlation between experience and salary levels. Whether a recent graduate or a experienced dental professional the data provides valuable insights into how experience level influences earning potential/salaries in the dental field.

  3. Impact of External Factors: External factors, such as the overall economic climate and public health challenges, play a significant role in shaping job markets. The report provides an analysis of how these factors may influence dental job salaries in 2024 and beyond.

  4. Negotiation Strategies: Armed with the insights from our recent salary survey & database statistics, practice owners can develop effective negotiation strategies. Whether seeking a new member of staff or offering a salary, understanding the market dynamics is crucial for understanding the current salaries on offer. 

Conclusion: In a field as niche as dentistry, staying informed about salary trends is key to making informed decisions in the hiring process. Irish Dental Jobs Salary Guide for 2024 serves as a valuable tool to assist practice owners, the insights from this report can guide you toward making informed decisions to ensure retention of staff in regards to salary. 



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