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Nutritionist and Dietitian Programs in New York

The New York Labor Market Career Zone reported that there were roughly 4,660 Registered Dietitians (RD) working in the State of New York in 2006. Based on the total number of annual openings and its growth rate, the employment prospects for this occupation are described as “favorable.” The estimated growth for New York’s employment of Registered Dieticians is 4,910 employed by the year 2016. This represents an increase of 81 jobs each year, and a total of 250 job openings in the next nine years.

Employment predictions according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of registered dietitians, nutritionists, and other dietician related degrees, is expected to grow about as fast as the average for all occupations through the year 2015 because of increased emphasis on disease prevention, a growing and aging population and public interest in nutrition. Employment in hospitals is expected to show little change because of anticipated slow growth and patients’ reduced lengths of hospital stay and preventative education. Faster growth is anticipated in nursing homes due to the baby boomer generation, residential care facilities and physicians clinics. ADA's, American Dietetic Association, survey of members shows RD’s work in these settings nationwide:

Areas of Occupation
%
Hospitals (inpatient and acute care)
34.0%
Clinics and ambulatory care centers
11.6%
Community and public health programs
11.3%
Extended care facilities
10.9%
Consultation (primarily to health-care facilities)
6.3%
College and university faculty
5.5%
Other for-profit organizations and industries
4.7%
Other non-profit organizations
4.5%
Private practice (primarily to individual clients)
3.5%
School foodservice (K-12 and college)
3.0%
Consultation, primarily to other organizations
2.0%
HMOs, physician and other care providers
1.7%
Home care
1.1%

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Wages & Working Conditions

In NY the average wage for this occupation was: $43,110 for entry level workers, and $62,930 for experienced workers.

Registered Dietitians, dieticians, and nutritionists average a standard 40-hour week. However, this may vary depending on the work environment. In the case of hospital or food service employment, Registered Dietitians must expect to work irregular hours, depending on their patients or clients.

Most employers offer standard benefit packages, with those in the medical and healthcare industries providing the most comprehensive coverage. New York State employed RD’s and DTR’s also have the most secure benefits. A list of average starting salaries for New York RD’s and DTR’s are available below:

A list of average starting salaries* for New York RD’s and DTR’s are available below:

New York Nutritionist Salaries and Wages From Related Titles

Occupation
Salary
Senior Public Health Nutritionist in New York, NY
$57,000
Public Health Nutritionist Supervisor in New York, NY
$57,000
Nutritionist in New York, NY
$58,000
Public Health Nutritionist in New York, NY
$57,000
Wellness Health Coach in New York, NY
$68,000
Pharmacist Managed Care in New York, NY
$94,000
Food Administrator in New York, NY
$75,000
Nutrition Educator in New York, NY
$43,000
Dietician Specialist in New York, NY
$91,000
Physiologist in New York, NY
$104,000
Health Support Aide in New York, NY
$29,000
Dietary Assistant in New York, NY
$27,000
Dairy Nutritionist in New York, NY
$72,000

Find degree programs, schools and jobs in major cities in New York: Albany, Buffalo, Hempstead, Ithaca, Long Beach, Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, New York, Niagara Falls, Poughkeepsie, Rochester, Schenectady, Syracuse, Troy, Utica, White Plains, Yonkers.

*Estimates based on information from Indeed.com, payscale.com 2009

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