Veterinarian BY: Emily garcia

Nature of Work

Veterinarians care for the health of animals and work to improve public health. They diagnose, treat, and research medical conditions and diseases of pets, livestock, and other animals.

Training, Qualifications and Advancement

Veterinarians must have a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from an accredited veterinary college and a state license. There is no advancement for veterinarians unless you own your own clinic.

There is many kinds of veterinarians.

Employment

Veterinarians who work in ranches or farms work in all conditions. The one who work in laboratories are mostly only talking to people. This job can be and will be emotionally stressful.

Job Outlook

There is annually 800 occupations worldwide and growing rapidly. The number of new graduates from veterinary schools has increased to roughly 3,000 per year. Veterinary medicine has advanced considerably. Veterinarians are able to offer more services today that are comparable to healthcare for humans

Projections Data

The projections data for this job is 9%. This is more than the average for any other occupations. Veterinarians will continue to be needed to diagnose and treat animals.

Its hard work but its worth it at the end.

Earnings

The median wages tor a veterinarian is about 88,490.

Related Occupations

Some similar jobs would be Animal care and Service workers, medical, scientists, physicians and surgeons, zoologist and wildlife biologist, agriculture and food scientists, and veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers.

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