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Typical beginning salary for a veterinarian?


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2009-06-11 01:37:47
2009-06-11 01:37:47

how much money does a veterinarian make in the beginning?

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The median expected salary for a typical veterinarian in the United States is $66,127.

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The median salary of a veterinarian will vary depending on the experience, location, and employer. On average, the salary will be an estimated $84,460.

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In the United States in 2011 the average annual salary for a large animal veterinarian was ~$90,000.

The average salary for an exotic animal veterinarian is about 55,000 per year, depending on the person's background.

Per the data published in JAVMA, the median salary for a veterinarian in the United States in 2007 was US$91,000.

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The average salary can fluctuate depending on specialization and the type of facility in which the veterinarian is working. However, in most cases a first year veterinarian can expect to make $60,000.

The average salary for a veterinarian in the province of Saskatchewan is about $90,000 to about $110,000. Beginning vets make somewhat less than that.

The beginning salary is about the same of a vet and a fireman. A fireman will increase their salary quicker than a veterinarian but if a vet has a private practice, they can earn more. Both start at around $40,000.

With an average salary of $93,250, veterinarians earn a healthy salary for health care jobs. While they earn less than physicians ($184,820), they earn more than double the pay of veterinary technologists ($31,470) and an amount similar to physician assistants ($92,460).

Within the US there is not such thing as a veterinarian with just a bachelor's degree. A veterinarian must have a doctorate in veterinary medicine.

The annual starting salary for a veterinarian in the late nineteen-seventies in England was around 15,000 annually

With experience, a large animal veterinarian can expect to make $70,000 - $80,000.

A small animal veterinarian can expect to make about $90,000 per year.

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In 2011 in the United States the average annual salary for veterinarians was ~US$90,000.

To become a veterinarian requires 6-8 years of college with four of those years spent in medical training. The annual average salary of a veterinarian is $93,000.

The average yearly salary for a veterinarian in Winchester, Kentucky is $55,000. The average annual salary for a veterinarian in Buffalo, New York is $64,000. In Los Angeles, CA, the average yearly salary is $81,000.

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