Veterinarians have, on average, moderate job security - if they are competent at their job and are in a clinic with a solid business plan, they can be relatively confident that they will have a job as long as they want it. However, changing demographics and economic realities have forced veterinarians to close clinics and relocate, particularly large animal veterinarians in the Midwest, Plains and Rocky Mountains.
Yes veterinarians must like animals to do a good job.
Veterinarians help animals to get better and help people from getting diseases.
the have an extremely high satisfaction in their job.
Many veterinarians enjoy helping animals and their owners by working to ensure the animal is healthy.
veterinarians have many job tasks, they have to make sure that the animals are healthy, they have to diagnoise the animals that are sick and they have to clean and bathe the animals...and much more
Veterinarians needs hands-on technical training, but this is usually received during vet school. However, as with any job, veterinarians hone their skills and techniques through repetition and practice on the job.
Yes, almost all veterinarians like their jobs. They had to go school for many years to get their license. If they didn't like the job, they would probably find a new career.
threating the sick and wounded animals