Rosy job outlook

Rosy job outlook

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Feb 01, 2008
By dvm360.com staff

Tell your friends: People want to be you! Veterinarians and technicians are in the top 10 of the top 30 fastest-growing jobs until 2016, according to projections from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Here are the top 10:

1 Network systems and data communications analysts

2 Personal and home care aides

3 Home health aides

4 Computer software engineers, applications

5 Veterinary technologists and technicians
> 2006 employment: 71,000
> 2016 projection: 100,000
> Percent growth: 41
> Salary range: $21,260 to $30,560

6 Personal financial advisors

7 Makeup artists, theatrical and performance

8 Medical assistant

9 Veterinarians
> 2006 employment: 62,000
> 2016 projection: 84,000
> Percent growth: 35
> Salary range: $46,360 or more

10 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors

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