Introduction<br />Imagine being surrounded by animals, people rushing in crying to help their pet first, and the joy of making one more person happy. This is what a veterinarian goes through on a daily basis. When I get older I would like to be a veternarian because I love animals, and want to help them stay healthy. Animals have been a passion of mine since I was very young and on a daily basis I am associated with them. So in order to get better understanding of this career field I will be researching the working conditions, earnings, qualifications, and related occupations. Hopefully this research will further ignite my passion for becoming a veternarian. <br />
Nature of Work<br />Treat diseases +dysfunctions of animals<br /> Perform Surgery<br />Euthanize Animals<br />Diagnose animal health problems<br />Advise owners on what to do<br />
Working Conditions<br />Long hours <br /> Noisy environment<br /> Risks from animals<br />Bitten<br />Scratched<br /> Kicked<br />Work in all weather<br /> Usually clean well-lit offices<br />
Training, Qualifications, Advancement<br />Must graduate with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree<br />Veterinary programs (3-4 years) requirements range from<br />45-90 semester hours<br />Bachelors Degree<br /> I will take the classes..<br /> Zoology, Biology+ AP Biology & Human Anatomy Physiology <br />Attend Michigan State University<br />Study Veterinary Field<br />
Job Outlook/Employment<br /><ul><li> Employment rate=increase 33% from the years 2008-2018
I love sports</li></li></ul><li>Summary<br /><ul><li>After my time researching a veterinarian I am most excited to become part of this work field. Being around animals all the time seems almost to good to be true. Also helping people to feel better that I helped to save their pet would be an amazing feeling. Yet I am definitely not excited about going to school for 7-8 years or having to put down animals when they are very sick, old or injured. Throughout my research I learned a lot more about what it takes, and the working conditions of being a vet. But the positives of being a Veterinarian outweigh the negatives and when I am old enough I am ready to be on the work field.</li></li></ul><li>Works Cited<br />http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos076.htm<br />http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos251.htm<br />
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