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By: Vicki Rivera January 8, 2013
VeterinarianGraphic Designer I am able to run my own studio. It is very easy to start and to learn if you have a good computer and simple programs on it. You get the ability to express your creativity There will always be work for a graphic designer. Hands on work with animals. It wouldn’t not be hard to find a job right after Vet School. You are less likely to be sued It pays well Advantages of each Career
VeterinarianGraphic Designer Computer graphics Word processing Business management Finance Marketing Computer graphics Drawing, painting, sketching Biology Advanced Chemistry The highest math course you can take. Suggested High School Courses
Veterinarian Graphic Designer Tuition can run between $21,000 to $30,000, depending on the concentration. Annually it costs $36,914 for residents (it will depend if your state is one of the 28 AVMA- accredited veterinary schools. For nonresidents it will cost $52,831 Cost of college/ Vocational school / Training
VeterinarianGraphic Designer Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI Art Center College of Design Pasadena, CA California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA Yale University, New Haven, CT Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR Texas A&M University, College Station, TX Washington State University, Pullman, WA Schools Available/ Locations
VeterinarianGraphic Designer A Veterinarian median salary is $43.87 per hour. The lowest 10% earn $24.27 per hour and those in the upper 10% earn more than $68.11 per hour. On an annual basis the average Veterinarian salary is $91,250 The lowest 10% earn less than $50,480 per year while the upper 10% earn more than $141,680 per year. These salaries are calculated as a mean or average. Expected Salary
VeterinarianGraphic Designer You can get an Associates degree(2 years) and obtain a job that most Bachelor's Degree (4 years) applicants can get. Although it would be best to have a Bachelor's degree for higher paying jobs. The Associates Degree may not be enough. It takes a minimum of 7 years to. Many Vet Schools ask for 4 years of the prerequisite. If you would like to become state certified there is another 3 to 5 years of training. Also, if you would like to complete an internship that is another year. Length of time to obtain degree/ Training
VeterinarianGraphic Designer The Market for a graphic designer is shrinking. If there are some available they are filed quickly. Not every company will put good value of a good graphic design. You will be designing for the client and not for your self. You need to attend school for many years. You have to deal with agitated animals. You will encounter upset pet owners. You might have to work on Saturdays and be on call. Disadvantages
This was a very hard decision, to be honest I am in- between the two. I have read the information and thought extremely hard. I have always wanted to Veterinarian since I was a little girl. With my new found talent in art I have discovered these last 6 years. My mind has been leaning to the idea of a graphic designer. I love art and to have something I love as an occupation would be the high light of my life. Which Occupation is right for me?
Occupation: Veterinarian http://grad- schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top- health-schools/veterinarian-rankingshttp://grad- schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top- health-schools/veterinarian-rankings Occupation: Graphic Designer. http://www.simplyhired.com/a/salary/search/q-graphic+design. http://www.simplyhired.com/a/salary/search/q-graphic+design Resources
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