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Four out of every 10 students in San Bernardino County are considered overweight and obese. Overweight or obese adults are 74%.

  1. Lower incomes result into higher chances of obesity and vice versa. This is because poor pay, results in people purchasing unhealthy cheap food which adds on to their weight. Low income obese parents are likely to have obese children too because of the food they feed them and where they live. Poorer neighborhoods do not have playing grounds for children or recreational facilities and the children as a result do not exercise.
  2. The most common chronic diseases in San Bernardino County are heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes.
  3. Special diets for heart conditions emphasize on healthy foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains and low fat foods. For obesity, the special diet recommended is the same. More of healthy cooked meals and less of over processed or deep fried foods.
  4. The salary range for a registered Dietician in San Bernardino County is $56,912 to $61,201 a year.

The salary range for a Dietary Aid is $19,000 to $24,000 a year.

Working with the top salary range:

Full year salary dietician= 61,201

Full year salary dietary aid= 24,000

Total salary =85,201

Benefits = 85,201 x 0.35= 29,820

The budget for the new employees will be 85,201+29,820= $115,021

Scenario 2

  1. Payroll clerk salary is $42, 076- $ 46, 176 a year.
  2. Another clerk will cost me $62,337 a year

46,176 x 0.35= 16,161

46, 176+16,161= 62,337

  1. A part time salary will be 50% of 46,176 which is $23,088 a year.

Reference

Glassdoor, G. (2019). San Bernardino County Salaries. Retrieved from https://www.glassdoor.com/Salary/San-Bernardino-County-Salaries-E141597.htm

  1. Four out of every 10 students in San Bernardino County are considered overweight and obese. Overweight or obese adults are 74%.
  2. Lower incomes result into higher chances of obesity and vice versa. This is because poor pay, results in people purchasing unhealthy cheap food which adds on to their weight. Low income obese parents are likely to have obese children too because of the food they feed them and where they live. Poorer neighborhoods do not have playing grounds for children or recreational facilities and the children as a result do not exercise.
  3. The most common chronic diseases in San Bernardino County are heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes.
  4. Special diets for heart conditions emphasize on healthy foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains and low fat foods. For obesity, the special diet recommended is the same. More of healthy cooked meals and less of over processed or deep fried foods.
  5. The salary range for a registered Dietician in San Bernardino County is $56,912 to $61,201 a year.

The salary range for a Dietary Aid is $19,000 to $24,000 a year.

Working with the top salary range:

Full year salary dietician= 61,201

Full year salary dietary aid= 24,000

Total salary =85,201

Benefits = 85,201 x 0.35= 29,820

The budget for the new employees will be 85,201+29,820= $115,021

Scenario 2

  1. Payroll clerk salary is $42, 076- $ 46, 176 a year.
  2. Another clerk will cost me $62,337 a year

46,176 x 0.35= 16,161

46, 176+16,161= 62,337

  1. A part time salary will be 50% of 46,176 which is $23,088 a year.

Reference

Glassdoor, G. (2019). San Bernardino County Salaries. Retrieved from https://www.glassdoor.com/Salary/San-Bernardino-County-Salaries-E141597.htm