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Veterinary Technician

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Kayla Reyes

on 14 March 2013

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Veterinary
Technician By: Kayla Reyes Why? Animal Lover What is a Vet Tech? A person that works under the supervision of veterinarians and assist in different veterinary tasks. What they do? Care for animals that are injured or recovering Collect lab samples and record animal information Take and develop x-rays How to become one Have an associates degree in veterinary technology Obtain a license and be certified Enjoy working with animals Work Enviroment Typically work in private clinics, laboratories, and animal hospitals Others may work at boarding kennels, shelters and even zoos May experience injuries or illness Pay Minimum earned: 20,500 Maximum earned: 44,000 $14.28 or less per hour Job Outlook Employment is expected to increase about 52% Veterinary services are always at demand Number of jobs accounted to about 80,200 per year There are other opportunities in this field Conclusion Looking forward to having a career caring for animals and I believe this would be the best choice for me Works Cited Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012-13 Edition, Veterinary Technologists and Technicians, Pros & Cons Helping animals
Educating clients
learning experience
hands-on work experience
High demand
Injuries
Difficult clients
Emotional stress
Euthanizing animals
Daniel's Story
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