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Career Shadowing

April 16th. Career Shadowing a vet at Lakeland Animal Clinic.

Haylie Jones

on 27 April 2010

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Transcript of Career Shadowing

Career Shadowing Lakeland Animal Clinic What is the purpose of my company? Where will this company be in 15 years? What employability skills are needed to work for this company What is the average salary and education needed to work there? How much technology do they use in this job? What skills are needed for this job Would I pursue a career with this company? What did I like best about this job? What did I dislike about this job? The purpose of this company is to heal, treat, and board animals that are either sick, injured, or their owners are going on vacation. In 15 years Dr.Raymond will be retired. There will possibly be 2 or 3 new vets working there. For this job you must be honest, complete your assigned work, follow instructions. YOu can hew gum and wear whatever you want underneath a smock. When beoming a vet you must complete 8 years of school. The average salary is 90,000 a year There is a ton of technology used in this job. Mainly all the lab machines, x-ray mahines, and scalers. The skills needed for this job are communication, a great love of animals, and social skills. Being a vet is not only working with animals, its working with their owners too. Yes! I would become a vet. I liked how you get to help hurt and injured animals every single day. If I was a vet it would be very hard to put the animals down.
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