By the numbers: Getting to know the next generation of leaders

By the numbers: Getting to know the next generation of leaders

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Aug 01, 2007
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Salary and debt
Comparison of first-year veterinarian salaries, by practice type, 1986 to 2006

COMMENTARY: The effects of debt on veterinary salaries

Percentage of associates who say they make enough to live comfortably, 2007

Consumer attitudes: Comfort with debt

Comparison of average consumer and average associate debt load, 2007

The future of the profession
COMMENTARY: Veterinary college representatives on students' future impact

Changes in business curriculum as noted by veterinary school representatives, 2007

Gaps in expectations between graduating veterinary students and their employers as noted by veterinary school representatives, 2007

Graduating students' likely influence on the profession according to veterinary school representatives, 2007

What veterinary school representatives would change about the next generation of veterinarians, 2007

Associates and ownership
Associates' interest in practice ownership, by gender and years in practice, 2007

Associates' reasons for pursuing practice ownership, by gender and years in practice, 2007

Associates' reasons for not pursuing practice ownership, by gender and years in practice, 2007

Associates' perception of whether they're prepared for practice ownership, by gender and years in practice, 2007

Verbatim comments: Why associates don't want to own

Associates' timetable for pursuing ownership, by gender and years in practice, 2007

Future owners' interest in practice type, by gender and years in practice, 2007

QUICK STATS: Women as practice owners

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