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range of reasons. Some trainers work with large
animals to train them to perform in front of large
audiences. Others train dogs or other small pets to be
more obedient at home.They train them to perform at competitions. Some trainers also train dogs and monkeys
to help the disabled with uneasy tasks. Some equipment
that might be used is a leash, treats, a clicker, and an
affirmative voice. At service dog training schools
you are under the supervision of experienced
instructors. Nature of the work Working Conditions Most veterinarians work in private clinics, others travel to farms, work outdoors, or work in laboratories. Work can sometimes be emotionally stressful. Veterinarians often work long hours, some work nights or weekends. 1 in 4 vets work more than 50 hours a week. They also respond to emergencies. The only major injury risk of a veterinarian is a broken heart. Employment In 2010 about 9% of the
61,400 veterinarians were self-
employed. If I became a veterinarian
when I get older I would want to be self-
employed. Veterinarians who conduct research
work primarily in offices and laboratories and spend
most of their time working with people rather than
animals. Other types of veterinarians must travel between their offices and farms or ranches. Training, Qualifications, and Advancement Although graduates of a veterinary program can begin practicing once they receive their license but many pursue further education and training. Veterinarians must have a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree and a state license. This course generally takes 4 years to complete. Job Outlook As the demand for pets grows the demand for veterinarians grows too. The expected growth of veterinarians is 36% from 2010 to 2020 Most veterinary graduates are attracted to companion animal care
so jobs in that field will be fewer than others. A good veterinarian will have good job security. Earnings In may of
2010 the median
annual wage of a
veterinarian was $82,040.
The average annual wage for
veterinarians in the federal government
is $88,340. Food animal exclusive $71,096
Companion animal exclusive $69,789
Companion animal predominant $69,654
Food animal predominant $67,338
Mixed animal $62,655
Equine $43,405 Nature of the Work Bibliography http://www.bls.gov/k12/ Working Conditions Normally Dog Trainers work your typical 40 hour week but it all depends on who your employed to. The physical environment can range anywhere from hospitals to homes to parks. The physical environment depends on what type of training you have to do. The only risk is probably getting bit because of aggression. Depending on what amount of business you want they could be immense travel involved or very little travel involved. Employment and Training, Qualifications,
and Advancements The jobs will most likely be where ever the animals are. If I became a dog trainer I would want to be self-employed because then I would be able to prove to everyone that I am a great dog trainer. College coursework in animal behavior, biology and psychology, can provide relevant preparation for aspiring trainers. Apprenticeships allow dog trainers to gain real-world experience under the tutelage of experienced instructors. The CCPDT offers certification for dog trainers. In order to take this exam you must have recent experience training dogs or instructing other dog trainers. In some states dog trainers must be licensed. http://education-portal.com/articles/Service_Dog_Trainer_Job_Description_Duties_and_Requirements.html Job Outlook Demand for dog trainers will grow much faster than average for all occupations through 2018 as pet owners utilize their services. http://careerplanning.about.com/od/occupations/p/animal_trainer.htm
http://www.ehow.com/about_6685354_restaurateur-job-description.html Earnings A dog trainers salary varies depending on their level of experience, area of expertise, education, and certifications. Those who own their own business tend to earn more than those employed by other trainers. The median rate for a dog trainer is $12.78 per hour (26,580 yearly). http://animalcareers.about.com/od/Careers/a/DogTrainer.htm Restauranteur Keeping your customers happy is the main duty of a restaurateur. Restaurateur constantly monitor the kitchen staff to ensure food quality. They are to make sure the wait staff provide optimum customer service. At the end of the day they are required to balance the books, make bank deposits and complete paperwork related to regulatory agencies, vendors, and service contractors. They are also in charge of advertising and promotion of the restaurant. Some equipment that is used is kitchen tools, writing utensils, and common restaurant equipment. You aren't supervised except by the FDA to ensure good food that will not harm the public you are mainly the one supervising your staff and customers. This job is for people who have worked or have experience in the restaurant bussiness. Nature of the Work Working Conditions The restaurateur's work hours are about 12 to 14 hours
every day the restaurant is open. They are constantly on the go, interacting with the kitchen and wait staff along with greeting and chatting with customers. The restaurateur;s attire is usually business casual. Depending on size, type of restaurant, and the hours of operations the atmosphere may be subdued, elegant, noisy, but who said that was a bad thing in the restaurant industry. Employment They will be mainly in towns with a
larger population in order to get more
customers. If I were a restaurateur I
would have to be self-employed obviously
because I am running my own restaurant. Training, Qualifications,
and Advancements A high school diploma or equivalent is normally required to be a restaurateur. A bachelor's degree is considered a plus by many employers, especially one in business administration or hospitality or restaurant management. Large chain restaurants frequently offer in-house programs to train potential restaurateurs. Expertise gained from former employment in food service, management or the hospiality industry is desireable. If the restaurateur is the owner as well their only chances for advancement lie in increased clientele and larger profits. In large restaurants, restaurateur may have the opportunity to be promoted to middle or upper level management jobs. Earnings http://www.ehow.com/info_7745879_average-salary-restaurant-owner.html The range of annual pay is $40,493 to
$98,967 as of PayScale in 2010. http://www.ehow.com/info_7745879_average-salary-restaurant-owner.html Job Outlook Employment growth in this occupation
will as fast as the average of all occupations.
Multiple job openings will also be created as a
large number of managers reach their age of
retirement or take transfers for other reasons.
This occupations has good job security for