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Veterinarians, Dental Assistants, and Teachers
Transcript of Veterinarians, Dental Assistants, and Teachers
By: Elijah Small
Occupation's With The Fastest Growth
Veterinarians or doctors of veterinary medicine diagnose, and treat diseases and injuries of pets, such as dogs and cats.
The most important skill is a passion for animals and a commitment to the health and well-being of animals.
Veterinarians By: Elijah Small
The BLS reports that veterinarians earned a median salary of $86,640 in 2013. The best-paid veterinarians earned $149,530, while the lowest-paid earned $53,270.
By: Elijah Small
Dental Assistants may perform any of the following: seating patients in the treatment area. passing requested instruments to the dentist during dental procedures. sterilization and preparation of instruments
Dental assistants deal first with patients, taking medical histories and answering some of their questions while preparing them to see the dentist.
It takes a short period of time to become a vet. Vet's receive their education through academic programs at community colleges, vocational schools, technical institutes, universities or dental schools.
It takes a short period of time to become a dental assistant. Dental assistants receive their education through academic programs at community colleges, vocational schools, technical institutes, universities or dental schools.
Ability to visually differentiate the color spectrum for tissue conditions and changes.
Ability to discern subtle changes in radiographic density.
Ability to clearly see the patient's teeth from a 20-inch distance.
The pay scale for dental assistants ranges from about $24,220 to $48,350. In 2013, the average pay for dental assistants was $35,640, and the median pay was $34,900.
Teacher's By: Elijah Small
High school teachers work for schools that enroll students from grades 9-12. They teach students on a single subject, such as English, math, science, history, language or art. To do so, they must plan a lesson, which may cover basic topics in algebra to information on psychology.
The veterinarian examines the animal to determine nature of disease or injury and treats the animal surgically or medically.
Planning, Devoloping, and Organizing Instruction, Housekeeping, Recordkeeping, and Managing Student Conduct.
For a student to become a teacher for K - 12th grade in a public school, they must earn a bachelor's degree and receive certification. To receive a teacher's license, they must complete an approved teaching program before passing a state licensure exam.Those who wish to teach in post secondary schools will need to earn a doctoral degree.
Commitment, Preperation, Organization, and Tolerance,m all od which can tell the difference of a good teacher and a bad teacher.
In 2013, elementary school teachers earned a median average salary of $53,590. The best-paid earned about $83,600, while the lowest-paid made approximately $35,760.