Presentation on theme: "Veterinarian CHEYENNE FALLIS. About Career Tasks ▪ Veterinarians examine animals, big and small for problems like diseases and injuries ▪ Vaccinate them."— Presentation transcript:
About Career Tasks ▪ Veterinarians examine animals, big and small for problems like diseases and injuries ▪ Vaccinate them to prevent diseases ▪ Provide advice and products to owners of pets ▪ Specialize in small and or large animals Workplace ▪ Most Vets work private practice ▪ Usually are indoors, offices, and treatment rooms ▪ Often work on weekends and during the evening ▪ They come face to face with dangerous animals
Earnings and Education Earnings ▪ Up to $50,000-$145,000 a year ▪ The median is about $85,000 ▪ Vets who work with larger animals tend to make more than ones who work with smaller animals Education ▪ 4 year college/university ▪ Complete internship to specialize in a certain area ▪ A Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) Degree ▪ Pass national board exams ▪ Study ▪ Biology ▪ Chemistry ▪ Physics ▪ Nutrition ▪ Animal Science
Abilities and Attributes ▪ Good with people ▪ Have good communication skills ▪ Being observant of things ▪ Decisive and a good decision maker ▪ Hard working
Study In Michigan Schools ▪ Baker College of Cadillac ▪ Baker College of Jackson ▪ Baker College of Muskegon ▪ Baker College of Port Huron ▪ Bay de Noc Community College ▪ Lansing Community College ▪ Macomb Community College ▪ Michigan State University ▪ Oakland Community College ▪ Wayne County Community College District Job Market ▪ There are many job opportunities around Michigan for vets ▪ Mostly for veterinarian technicians ▪ A variety of full time and part time to be a vet in MI ▪ There is more demand for veterinarians around the U.S.