Veterinarians are accorded a great deal of respect and community standing. They have the opportunity to make a difference in hundreds of people's lives and can greatly improve the lives and happiness of thousands of animals. Most veterinarians make a comfortable living, although relatively few ever feel "rich" in money. You become an integral and vital part of the community in which you live and work. If you ever get bored with your current position, you can always find another aspect of veterinary medicine to get into and be fired up about.
A good career working with animals would be a zoologist, a zookeeper, or any kind of profession that has to do with the care of animals (veterinarian).
Veterinarians are medical/science/biology careers.
The career of veterinary medicine is classified with medical professions.
Yes, a veterinarian is a highly trained biologist.
A veterinarian is the highest paying animal career.
I did become a veterinarian, so for me the answer would be yes. However, this is a tough question to answer - every veterinarian has a different career path and a different passion within the profession. In general, liking or loving animals and wanting to help them is not enough - you also need a scientific mindset, good self-management skills and a desire to solve problems and be the one in charge.
Yes. A second language would benefit almost any career.
Magnesium is an element and can't have a career.
You would want to be a Veterinarian to help animals. It pays good as well..
A good career would probably be a Scientist!!
People that become a veterinarian usually stay one their entire career. Becoming a veterinarian is not easy. It takes a lot of work and education.
A veterinarian is gentle. A veterinarian is good.
A career cluster is an artificial construct designed to group like careers together to help people explore all their options given a specific set of skills and interests. A veterinarian would be classified in the medical science cluster along with physicians and dentists.
The average salary for a veterinarian in the United States is ~US$90,000; a veterinarian in Oklahoma would make close to this with experience, a good clinic and an established client base.
The average annual salary for a veterinarian in the United States is ~$90,000; a veterinarian in Ohio would probably be close to this amount with experience, a good clinic and an established client base.
A veterinarian is a medical scientist, and practically everything a veterinarian does throughout his career is related to science. To examine and diagnose an animal, a veterinarian uses biology (zoology, comparative anatomy), pathology, microbiology, pharmacology, immunology and biochemistry. Surgery focuses on immunology and anatomy primarily.
The average annual salary for a veterinarian in the United States is ~$90,000; a veterinarian working in Arkansas would probably be on the lower end of this with experience, a good clinic and an established client base.
This will vary depending upon the type of career the veterinarian has. For a private practice small animal veterinarian, on a daily basis he/she will be examining patients, talking with clients and possibly performing surgery.
veterinarian... veterinarian... IMMEDIATELY.
No you can go into the medicine or research careers :)
Veterinary medicine is classified as a health and science profession.