What are related occupations to veterinarian practices?
Veterinarians prevent, diagnose, and treat diseases, disorders, and injuries in animals. Those who do similar work for humans include chiropractors, dentists, optometrists, physicians and surgeons, and podiatrists. Veterinarians have extensive training in physical and life sciences, and some do scientific and medical research, as do biological scientists and medical scientists. ...
What can you learn from Veterinarians?
Veterinarians are broadly trained medical scientists, so there are quite a few things you can learn from them. In most cases, veterinarians focus on explaining the art and science of veterinary medical practice, everything from how to safely collect a blood sample to how to sort through diagnostic tests to arrive at a diagnosis. However, veterinarians can also teach ethical reasoning, professional standards, human resources management, communications skills and talk knowledgeably about most biology related science topics. ...
Asked in Jobs, Veterinary Medicine
Are there more female or male veterinarians?
This has shifted within the last decade, but there are now more practicing female veterinarians than there are practicing male veterinarians. Within the next 10-15 years, there will be more female veterinarians total than there are male veterinarians total. ...
Asked in Veterinary Medicine
Are there more small animal veterinarians than large animal veterinarians?
In the United States, yes, there are many more small animal veterinarians than large animal veterinarians. However, this proportion changes depending upon the geographic region you are talking about, and in many developing countries there are many more large animal veterinarians than small animal veterinarians. ...
Asked in Animal Life
What is a scientist called that observes animals in order to explain their behavior?
Many scientists study the behavior of animals because of the nature of their studies. They can be zoologists, veterinarians, animal behaviorists and researchers. ...
Asked in Veterinary Medicine
What is the future demand for veterinarians?
Currently, veterinarians are projected to be in moderate demand over the next few decades. However, small animal veterinarians may be in low demand, while large animal/farm veterinarians are likely to be in high demand. In addition, non-practice veterinarians (federal, public health, regulatory veterinarians) are also likely to be in very high demand. ...
Asked in Gorillas, Veterinary Medicine
Do veterinarians have to own their own clinic?
No, actually most veterinarians work for other veterinarians in multi-doctor practices. Other veterinarians work at a clinic that is owned by a veterinary corporation (Banfield, NVA come to mind). Many veterinarians work their whole careers for other veterinarians because they don't want the headaches and hassles of running a business as well as being a full-time veterinarian. ...