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How much does a dietary aide make?

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As of May 2013, dietary aides make an average of $28,580 a year and an average of $13.74 an hour, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The income range for dietary aides varies depending on the employment setting.

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As of 2013, dietary aides who work in outpatient care facilities earn the most, with an average salary of $39,480 a year, while aides who work in retirement or assisted living communities typically earn around $24,190 a year. On average, dietary aides who work in a medical or surgical hospital setting can expect to earn around $29,530 a year, and dietary aides who work in a substance abuse or psychiatric hospital setting can expect to earn around $31,750 a year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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