How Much Money Does a Dietitian Make?

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A dietitian's salary can range from $40,000 to $85,000 per year, depending on his or her location, business and affiliated company. Calculate a dietitian's salary with healthy advice from a wellness consultant in this free video on dieting.

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If you are looking to become a dietitian and are wondering is it going to be worth my while and worth all that training that I am going to get into, you are asking yourself the right questions and we are going to learn today how much a dietitian makes. I'm Isabelle Simon a wellness consultant and that answer doesn't actually have one particular answer. It depends on first the location. You know if live up North or in the South, East, West, different countries have different regulations so that will impact your salary here. Also the company, different companies have different criteria, what they are charging their clients so that will impact in the long run your revenue of course, your own experience will make a difference. How many years of practice do you have in your background, how many years of training do you have, there are different levels of training that you can have when you become a dietitian and of course also how much are you willing to work, that will obviously have an impact because most of the time dietitians are independent so you set up your own schedule and you can choose to have one client a day or ten clients a day and that will impact your revenue. But all that being said you can expect anywhere from $40 to $45,000 to begin with and then $85,000 the more experienced you become and you can easily make a six figure salary once you become experienced, you have built your clientele and your customer base and they are bringing referrals to you because they have seen the success of working with you. I hope this gives you an idea of what to expect if becoming a dietitian is what you have in mind so good luck with your training, good luck with getting set up and today we just learned what a dietitian makes. I'm Isabelle Simon. I am a workplace and personal wellness consultant. See you soon.


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