Few Places, And Many Candidates: Job Market For Nutritionists Is Weak

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Apr 18 2010

Many nutritionists and Oecotrophologen find no employment after their studies and should be targeted to expand their knowledge through a structured internship or shadowing, now recommends medicine journalist Sven David Mueller Nothmann from the center for nourishing communication and health journalism (CEC) in Cologne. Sensible and experienced colleagues, led by professional placements and internships in principle, help to significantly improve the prospects on the job market. An internship that does not lead to a job or the prospects are significantly enhanced, is not recommended. Overall, the candidates for internship positions for visits and analyze accurately select and strict requirements should be in their “training room set. The internship and shadowing supervisor should have sufficient human and technical maturity. An adequate tutor should have at least ten years professional experience. Otherwise, developed the internship or shadowing a real laughing stock, clearsMueller Nothmann on, the publisher of the reference book for professional and graduate assistants diet is OecotrophologInnen. An internship in the Press and public relations contact for nutritionists will require, in each case that the counselors are journalists and have long, but at least five years, proven experience in journalism, calls Nothmann Sven David Mueller, who since October 2003, the popular TV magazine GesundZeit in Leipzig moderated. He is employed as a press spokesman for the Qualimedic.com AG in Cologne. Anyone who accepts an internship or shadowing place that these demands are not met, should not be surprised that he remains unemployed. Thousands of food scientists currently do not find the job because the number of digits is extremely limited in the nutrition and food science and the study of Oecotrophology is usually designed so that the knowledge in the field of counseling are ill-formed. Vacantnutritional bodies exist in Germany hardly explains Sven David Mueller on Nothmann. Nutritionists compete with the more practical nutrition trained dietician for jobs. Many nutritionists are simply missing the practice of counseling and the knowledge of cooking and kitchen equipment, criticized Charles North. Apparently exists between graduates number in the field of nutrition science and Oecotrophology and the number of jobs to be filled, an extremely large gap. The change in the health sector does not seem to cause that creates a multitude of new jobs, informs Mueller Nothmann. In any case, improving the prospect of a job if graduates complete structured internships. It is often already sufficient if an internship lasts three months. A considerably longer period of practical points, as a rule that it is also about the practical operation, free or at least veryto find cheap labor. When employed in a company more interns and trainees as permanent employees is a fundamental criterion for exclusion, says Sven-David Mller Nothmann concluded. For more information and Internship Exchange under, Book Review: professional dietetic assistants and graduate OecotrophologInnen, Hippokrates Verlag, Charles North, ISBN 3830452411, 39,95 euros. The center for nourishing communication and health journalism (CEC), headquartered in Cologne, dedicated in particular to individual nutrition counseling and operates scientifically justified public press and public on nutrition, prevention and nutrition. The well-known medicine journalist Charles North director of the CEC. Center for nourishing communication and health journalism (CEC), Charles North, Gotenring 37, 50679 Kln-Deutz, 0177-2353525,

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