Veterinarian Raychel lane

Nature of Work: Veterinarians work on the health of animals for better public health. They diagnose and treat animals medically.
Training, Qualifications and Advancement: Veterinarians must complete a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M. or V.M.D.) degree at an accredited college of veterinary medicine. They must be licensed in order to practice in the U.S. Less than half of the students make it into veterinary school making it a competitive field.
Employment: Because of the low rate of acceptance into vet school, becoming a vet after school isn’t hard. In fact, a lot of them are self employed.
Job Outlook: There is a good possibility in becoming a vet in this area because of the neighborhoods and farm lands. With both kind of in one area, there’s more companion/family animals as well as farm and meat animals in need of a vet. This makes the need of a vet higher.
Projections Data: The base id 4,810 and it is projected 5,710 in the next couple of years. Also, average annual openings are 160.
Earnings: The median wage is $88,490. The lowest 10% earned less than $53,210 while the highest 10% earned more than $158,260.
Related Occupations: Some related occupations are: Agricultural and Food scientists, Animal Care and Service Workers, Medical Scientists, Physicians and Surgeons, Vet Assistants, Vet Technologists and Technicians etc.

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